September 3, 2011 10:10 by Brian
Want to cut costs on advertising? Try out our new simple digital signage software. It allows you to turn your existing LCD/Plasma screen and your existing computer into a powerful digital sign.More...
August 29, 2011 07:52 by Brian
Recently i faced a problem where i needed to get the InnerXml and the OuterXml of an XElement object. The solution was easy to find on the InnerXMl method but the OuterXml method was a bit harder. Here is what i have done.
May 4, 2011 12:24 by Brian
I experienced a very annoying thing revently. My GMail looked like the top elements (buttons colors etc.) was scrambled together like the CSS was wrong or something. On my other computers and my phone and iPad i had no problems. It turns out that it detected the page as to be shown in "Compact View". Now i changed it to be shown in standard view. Here is how to solve it if you run into this problem:
1. Open the Gmail page
2. Press F12 to access the developer tools
3. Go to the menu "Browser Mode"
4. Change this to IE9 (the one i was using)
Now you are all done and GMail should again look like it should. Hope you find this helpful
May 1, 2011 19:35 by Brian
One of the problem I recently ran into was that my project had refactored the business logic and the dataaccess out into a seperate assembly. The problem i ran into was that i kept getting connected to the old database i used before and not the new one i installed on lmy local machine. I stumbled across this blog entry explaining that my connectionstring was being saved several place. I followed this simple receipe and voila, it works.
March 30, 2011 12:58 by Brian
Have you ever made SEO articles for your blogs and wanting to optimize across several blogs, but find yourself staggering along coming up with clever variations of the same article. Look at the FREE article rewriter, it will help you generate the different articles. Press here to go to the download page. Enjoy.
February 11, 2011 09:39 by Brian
A couple of years ago i build the first version of this affiliate webshop. At that time I used it for a couple of small affiliate stores which didnt generate a lot of money. Recently i took the time to migrate it from an old solution to a more userfriendly interface. This to help others in making money more easily More...
January 19, 2011 13:52 by Brian
Hello everyone. Its has been a long time since anything has been posted on this blog. I blame Freddie :-) Since the last time I have been busy busy busy,. I have started my own company which i am working for in weekends and evenings so its not something to live from - yet :-). Well what im doing is, digital signs! Yeah yeah you think, but this is very interesting, me and the guy whom i started this with has developed a new platform for digital signs which we think will revolutionize the world as we know it. More...
March 15, 2010 07:40 by Brian
Having a blog means that you have to maintain it and write entries on a regular basis. This is the purpose of having a blog - sharing our thoughts and experiences with everyone. What you dont think about when creating a blog is the amount of time you use just removing rubbish comments. People who might call themselves SEO gurus because they provide traffic to various sites by posting comments in blogs - our blog. For those of you who dont know how this works here is a quick explanation:More...
February 13, 2010 15:27 by Brian
Recently i bought myself a new computer and needed to reinstall the Microsoft Sql Server 2008 on it. Time and time again i ran into the error that:
” is not a valid login or you do not have permission
This bothered me insanely, i tried to reboot the computer, started the installation numerous times and never found the problem. I changed account, i copied the files to hard drive - nothing solved this. I finaly ran across a small post on the interweb saying that someone might think that it was caused by the fact that the computer name was the same as my windows account name. I rapidly opened my control panel, and voila, my computer name was exactly the same as my windows user name. I changed the computername and tried to install again - no errors!
So... before you start trying all the things i did, please verify that your computers name is different from the windows user name.
February 4, 2010 08:00 by Brian
I as building a small webservice to publish here on VikingWorks. The purpose was as much getting a feel for the structure as it was solving a problem. I quickly wrote a simple webservice that inserted a row into a database (for logging purpose). Then i thought my problems were over - how wrong I was More...