Log Elmah errors in Team Foundation Server

I am not sure if this is a good idea, but I was bored one day and decided to add a TFS Error Log provider for Elmah. There are 2 ways you can do this. You can create a new WorkItem type and log an error report for each of the errors or you can […]

Disable a timer at every level of your ASP.NET control hierarchy

Even though this sounds like a really simple thing, what if you do not know the name of the controls, and you do not want to have to add a bit of code that you, or another may developer may forget to every piece of code with a timer in it. The problem I have […]

Unity and ASP.NET

Using Dependency Injection in a website can get a little dodgy, but in my ASP.NET site use the same base code as my WPF app, I needed a little dependency injection to resolve references at runtime when the application type is known. Now in your ASP.NET page just like in your WPF application you need […]

My.Unity.Resolve(Of Ninja)

I have been attempting to integrate the Unity Application Block into my website to allow me to share the same base object code between a WPF and an ASP.NET application. I will let you know how I am getting along later as I am still knee deep in refactoring, but I have found something a […]

Reformat your CSS on the fly

Have you ever, when developing a website, been frustrated when you get a different result when you deploy your application to http://site/ and http://site/app/. I don’t know about you, but it annoys the hell out of me. All that work in CSS and none of your images work when you run it in a different […]

Retrieving an identity from Team Foundation Server using only the display name

This is a lot harder than it sounds. At first you think there will be a built in option with the Read Identities method on the IGroupSecurityService Interface, but you would be wrong! When capturing an event from Team Foundation Server you have access to a lot of information about the change, including the Display […]

Advice on using XamRibbon with Composite WPF

If, like me, you are interested in using all the new fangled controls produced by every man and his dog, you will probably have come across the Infragistics WPF control. My mission, that I stupidly accepted, was to update the TFS Sticky Buddy application with their XamRibbon and XamDockManager controls, and anything else I can […]

Creating a WPF Work Item Control

I have a little custom control I need added to my Visual Studio Team System projects. This control will allow specific groups of users as representatives of Advocacy groups with in the life cycle model to sign off a Requirement or Change Request from within Visual Studio. But, just to make things a little more […]