Log4Net is a fairly old framework for logging, but it still serves it's purpose well! A couple of years back I wrote a tutorial on how to use Log4Net, today I stumbled across it, and I am quite pusseled that it is still as relevant today as it was back then. For those looking for a quick tutorial on how to use Log4Net, enjoy:
A sudden freeze in an application can in some cases be a rather cumbersome problem to solve. Many times we don't have any indications why the application freezes no matter if is a Java, C# or C++ application, web site or dll. In some cases we might have a log file to help us look for the source of the hang or freeze, but in many cases we don't have any indications of problem until we suddenly run in Release mode and far from our dev env!
Here I will try to give some guidelines on how to attack this problem.
The LightWord Theme for WordPress has some compaitiblity issues with IE 9. When you try to view a page using the LightWord them, all headers so for half a second, and then disappears. This happens both on single-page and main-page view. Luckily the solution is a quick fix!
Download the latest cufon-yui.js from GitHub:
And save it as cufon-yui.js in
Those who have followed Caliburn over the past 6-8 months have probably heard alot about Caliburn.Micro as well. Whenever somebody has tweeted about getting started with Caliburn, Rob Eisenberg has quickly guided them to Caliburn.Micro. You don't need to be a rocket scientist to figure out that he has his reasons!
Yesterday during a documentation session I wanted to add several SQL-queries in a Confluence post. Of course Confluence supports code segments with highlighting etc through the Confluence New Code Macro. It's easy enough to get started with the macro, but specifying parameters turned out to be very poorly documented. This post will hopefully help fill some of the gap!