Skip to content

Category: Uncategorized

Windows Azure Mobile Services Adds Android Support

Mobile Services Adds Android Support Mobile Services make it easier for developers to build engaging and dynamic mobile apps that scale. And now it is even easier to develop for the Android platform. The Windows Azure team partnered with Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. to deliver Android support; friends at MS Open Tech developed the SDK and the Windows Azure team built push support and completed the portal integration. This release also expands Mobile Services availability…

How this blog did in 2012

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 5,800 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 10 years to get that many views. In 2012, there were 32 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 48 posts. The busiest day of the year was September 14th with83 views. The most popular post that day was Visual Studio 2012 official…

Technical Documentation with Visual Studio

If you want to generate accurate, MSDN style, comprehensive documentation by reflecting over the source assemblies and optionally integrating XML Documentation Comments, then you should use Sandcastle. This might sound like an ad, but as you all might know i do not work for Sandcastle or Codeplex 🙂 But I was searching for some tools to automate the process of technical documentation of my projects and came across sandcastle, which I thought is a great Free tool.…

How To Guide to Install and Boot Windows 8 Consumer Preview off a VHD (Virtual Hard Disk)

After the success of the first post  Guide to Installing and Booting Windows 8 Developer Preview off a VHD (Virtual Hard Disk). The ever famous Scott Hanselman posted a new article on How To Guide to Installing and Booting Windows 8 Consumer Preview off a VHD (Virtual Hard Disk) Why VHD? Booting off a VHD means that the Hard Drive will be virtualized. Your Windows 8 system will run ON THE HARDWARE with your real video card, real CPU, real…

IIS 7 Invalid Application Path Error

While trying to add an application to IIS7 , I couldn’t get pass the “Test Settings” step. I kept getting this error “Invalid application path” It seems that using the default “Pass Through” authentication is not allowing the connection and hence the error: “Invalid Application Path” Here are the steps I took to fix it. After adding an application, and before i “Test Settings…” Click on “Connect as…” Select “Specific user:” instead of the default selection…

Skip to toolbar