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  • Oh, no. My TortoiseSVN overlays are missing

    It's a matter of time. Good were the days when almost no application knew how to put overlays on your file icons in Explorer. These days it seems this is the coolest thing ever and virtually all file system type of utilities want to add their own . Sooner or later you will install some utility and...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 01-05-2010
    Filed under: Development, Tips-and-Tricks
  • IE6 still haunts me

    Oh, the woes of supporting IE6 (or, better put, IE666 — the browser of the beast.) Halloween is definitely upon us. Today I spent a good chunk of time trying to identify the source of a problem in my application. Right now I'm in the process of jQuery-fying some legacy JavaScript, which includes...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 10-21-2009
    Filed under: Development, Tips-and-Tricks
  • JavaScript and its love for zeroes

    This post is part of a series called JavaScript Demystified . Answer quick. Do you know what date is being created here? var year = '2009', month = '09', day = '01'; var date = new Date( parseInt(year), parseInt(month), parseInt(day) ); At first glance, it wouldn't surprising...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 09-19-2009
    Filed under: Development, Tips-and-Tricks, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
  • Taming Firebug with Profiles

    This is a tip for anyone using Firefox and Firebug for web development that is not leveraging the Profiles feature of that browser. Recent versions of Firebug (after v1.3 I think) removed the ability to enable Firebug panes on a per-domain basis. Now it's kind of all or nothing. And you know that...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 09-01-2009
    Filed under: Tools, Development, Tips-and-Tricks
  • Circular Refactoring

    One of these days I was chatting with Derik and we were talking about refactoring and when to stop refactoring. We thought it was funny (and embarrassing) how sometimes, after a few consecutive refactorings, we are back at the starting point. This type of Circular Refactoring is a real productivity enemy...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 08-14-2009
    Filed under: Development, Tips-and-Tricks
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