Today, I’m releasing SimpleLookups 1.5.1. This version is a major rewrite of a lot of the core stuff, so it contains no API changes. Basically, if you used it before, it should still work great for you today. The only new thing is that you can now configure it through the app.config/web.config files. The download […]
Today, I released SimpleLookups v1.2. This version includes the following changes: New Features: – Get a list of lookup values based on a code or a list of codes. – Remove a list of lookup values based on a code or a list of codes. Changed Features: – The methods “GetActive” and “GetAll” are deprecated […]
Today, I released SimpleLookups v1.1, which is a small change to the library that is taking the world by storm. (Disclaimer: May not be as popular as advertised.) This version includes a couple of small API changes, as well as a couple new methods. New Features: – Get a list of lookup values based on […]
Today, I released SimpleLookups v1.0, which is a project that I’ve been wanting to release for a long time. This is a small .NET 2.0+ library that is designed to make “lookup” values easy to retrieve from a SQL Server database. Edit: The tutorial is now here: Tutorial Download SimpleLookups 1.0 View Source Code (BitBucket) […]
I wrote a script the other day that is utterly useless to me, but it might be helpful for someone else, so I thought I’d write a quick post about it. Suppose you have some date range, let’s say “1/20/2013 – 4/29/2014”. Now, suppose you want this range to be broken up into one month […]
I just released Points Calculator v1.1 on the “Things I Work On” page. It uses a well-known points-based weight loss formula to calculate how many “points” a particular food is worth. I used to use it in college, and I haven’t really messed with it since then, but I figured I would put it up […]
I’m a huge Doctor Who fan, and with the 50th Anniversary coming up on November 23rd, I thought I would post this fan-made trailer. It gets me really excited about November.
I came across this problem earlier today, and I realized that it isn’t clear how to delete a team project. It is, however, really easy. All you have to do is open the “Developer Command Prompt for VS2012” (located in Start > All Programs > Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 > Visual Studio Tools) and type […]
I just opened a brand new Twitter account, so feel free to follow me. @rwpcpe
This site is a major work in progress, but I decided to at least put it up. I’ll add things as I think of them, but the main goal is to post about the things that I enjoy: code, games, and TV.