Category Archives: programming
I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out the title question out yesterday, and decided that I might as well post the solution here as a helpful hack. The backstory here is that I’m using the AdBlock Firefox … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered which computer language gives the highest salary to computer programmers? Programmers are very much in-demand now, earning around $100,000 a year, thanks to the boom of mobile adoption.
To automate packaging changes for our system, we use Powershell in conjunction with the default SVN client to extract relevant commits and then export all files therein to a package directory. After upgrading from SVN 1.6.12 to 1.8.1, however, I … Continue reading
I am currently setting up an Active Directory import for a non-.NET system at work with a very limited set of tools. Essentially, I only have what the standard LDAP query can fetch me and what little logic I can … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, I have fought long and hard battle against JDK (Java Developer Kit) installation packages. The goal was to deploy the JDK offline to a custom path on a Windows (XP + 7) system using a … Continue reading
A quite simple question, really, but I’ve had some trouble with it today.
A short one today. I’ve been scripting in PowerShell (v1) recently, and had enormous trouble working on remote PCs (the full remoting functionality has not been enabled in our environment yet, so things like Enter-PSSession don’t work). One thing that … Continue reading
Currently working on MSI packaging for our software and using WiX tool suite to automate the process. Since it was decided that we don’t want to use patches, I had to implement pseudo-major upgrades for each version. Now, the problem … Continue reading