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I manage several open source projects. Need...
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October 2008 Entries

HTC Touch Pro
Photo originally from Engadget. Today I went to Best Buy to pick up a new phone. I've had the HTC Apache (aka the PPC6700 or VX6700) for nearly three years now. I have kept the Apache up to date by putting WM6 on it, otherwise I probably would have switched sooner. I was going to get the HTC Touch Diamond, then I learned of the HTC Touch Pro (HTC 6850). This isn't an iPhone, but it's close enough for me. http://www.htc.com/www/prod... ......

Posted On Monday, October 27, 2008 11:23 PM | Comments (27) | Filed Under [ Personal ]

Call For Input: Branch Development Syncing Issue
All of the code we write must be tested and accepted by users before it can go into production. Which brings about a unique possibility of a syncing issue when we are doing so in a branch development scenario. The image below is a great reference. Say we have two imaginary branches, one for features and two for production fixes. In reality there would probably be a branch for every production fix and multiple branches for on-going development. The trunk is code that has been released to production. ......

Posted On Thursday, October 23, 2008 1:34 PM | Comments (3) | Filed Under [ Code ]

From Zero to Continuous Integration Presentation: Tulsa TechFest 2008
Thanks to all who made it through my talk on Continuous Integration, as it was pretty dry with lots of page refreshing to show changes as we were building. I am thinking this presentation isn't geared towards a fast format or I wasn't quite ready for it. Either way, CI is an important tool to leverage anywhere code is being written, even if it is a dry talk. :D Here are the files and the configuration that show how to connect up to SVN, VSS, TFS, and Vault. Also there is a triggered build in here ......

Posted On Thursday, October 9, 2008 4:13 PM | Comments (5) | Filed Under [ Code ]

Enhancing VisualSVN Server to Allow Anonymous Access
Rick Strahl had a great recent post on Running VisualSVN Server for Subversion Source Control. I have been running VisualSVN Server for my repositories for a little while now and especially love how painless the setup is. Not to mention that VisualSVN Server is 100% free! One part that I especially liked was the part I have been missing and that is anonymous access to repositories. I have been thinking about having this for awhile and with Rick's post I was able to allow it: Anonymous Repository ......

Posted On Saturday, October 4, 2008 2:50 PM | Comments (9) | Filed Under [ Code ApplicationsToysOther ]

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