Monthly Archives: May 2011

Microsoft Community Contributor Award 2011

Today, I received an email awarding me a Microsoft Community Award for 2011.   In all honesty, I knew very little about this award until today and still don’t know who nominated me nor what was involved in me being … Continue reading

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Behaviour Driven Design with Ian Cooper

During this months user group meeting in Reading, Ian Cooper presented a session on Behaviour Driven Design. Much was covered during the event but some of the main points whichI took away were: Reducing rework is one of the key … Continue reading

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LightSwitch – Installing on Windows XP requires SP3

This might be relevant to those building Virtual PCs or those who are planning on testing using Windows XP. Contrary to the system requirements that are specified on the LightSwitch website, the minimum version of XP required is in fact … Continue reading

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Clearing Browser History now clears Flash Cookies in Version 10.3

After attending a security presentation this week, one thing I learnt is that clearing your internet browser history will now clear Flash cookies if you have the latest version of Flash installed. This was also reported through the IE blog … Continue reading

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LightSwitch – Limiting Item Selections using a ComboBox

Overview of Article One of the annoyances about the LightSwitch AutoCompleteBox is that there isn’t an option to limit selections to only those items which are shown in the list. Non existent values can be typed in, causing validation errors … Continue reading

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