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Summary Dr. Subramaniam is back to show .NET developers how they can prepare for the future by looking at dynamic languages using Ruby. In this, the first of a two part series on Ruby, Venkat shows us how to set up your environment and gives us a sampling of the power of Ruby. Bio Venkat is an agile developer who teaches and mentors. He has significant experience in architecture, design and dev...
In this episode we will walk you though the various steps that make up the Check-in Dance. The steps of the check-in dance are below: Compile your local copy of the code Test your local copy of the code Get the latest version from source control and merge Compile the merged version Check the code into source control
In this screencast we will continue our exploration of meta classes in Ruby. You will learn the difference between opening up Object and Class objects in Ruby, and meta class.
After a week-long absence, Photoshop Quicktips is finally back! In this episode of Quicktips we take a look at how to utilize Photoshop CS3's Black and White Adjustments to create more interesting selective color compositions.
Summary The goal of VSTS is to provide a tool that is not prescriptive and highly customizable for managing the software development process. Kevin Jones provides a soup to nuts framework for utilizing VSTS to support a development team and build better applications. He covers project management, source code control, class designers and various designers available to software architects. Bio Ke...
Much like Rails, Merb is a MVC web-framework written in Ruby. In this talk, Jordan Fowler introduces Merb and presents some of the distinctions and tradeoffs between the two frameworks.
Summary Carl is back in the guest chair this week with Richard Campbell once again the affable host. Carl shows us how easy it is to publish and catch RSS feeds in .NET. Bio Carl Franklin has been a figurehead in the VB community since the very early days when he wrote for Visual Basic Programmers Journal. He authored the Q&A column of that magazine as well as many feature articles for VBPJ...
Why do Excel charts look so horrible? Learn how to format any element of a chart. Episode 305 will show you how.
Charts can exist either on their own chart sheet or embedded in an existing worksheet. Episode 304 will show you how to change the location of a chart from one place to another.
This is the first of several podcasts about creating charts or graphs in Excel. Today, learn the secret trick to create a chart in one click. Episode 303 will show you how.