Decentralized Revision Control Tooling on Windows

Today I’d like to take a few minutes to talk about setting up Git for your development projects on the Windows platform. I’ve long been a fan of Mercurial, because the installation process is easy, and the tooling is native to the Windows platform. While Git and Mercurial are very …

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Windows API Code Pack

There is some free code available on the MSDN Code Gallery, called the Windows API Code Pack for Microsoft .NET Framework, which enables .NET developers to access certain Windows 7 features that are not typically available via the .NET Base Class Library (BCL). Naturally, since this is .NET code, the …

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Uploading a Video to Youtube via PowerShell

Hey guys! I know it’s been a long time since I have posted anything useful (that is, assuming anything I post is useful! haha). While sitting at Starbucks today, I suddenly came up with an idea for a new post though, and after doing a quick bit of research, figured …

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