Blog entries posted during December 2007

Labels and branches in Team Foundation Server

by: Peter Hultgren (Sogeti)

(This post comes with a TLDR warning) In one project, we’ve just moved from Visual Source Safe (VSS) to Team Foundation Server (TFS) and its source control. The most confusing thing to me so far has been the difference in how labels behave. Wherea... [ Read full article ]

05 December 2007  1 Comments

The ”as” operator in C#

by: Peter Hultgren (Sogeti)

I don’t know if it’s just me, but I don’t see people using the ”as” operator in C# a lot when I read code. It’s a shame, because it’s really nifty. For example, you can use it like this when you retrieve something from the cache: string s =... [ Read full article ]

04 December 2007  2 Comments


My first look at open source code

by: Peter Hultgren (Sogeti)

I’m toying around a bit with Subkismet . It’s a great little tool for keeping comment spam at bay, which is a big problem at the EPiServer site I’m currently working on. It’s also the first open source code that I’ve ever looked into, developed by... [ Read full article ]

03 December 2007  1 Comments

Allowing web editors to add javascript in EPiServer

by: Peter Hultgren (Sogeti)

The customer wanted to allow the web editors to add javascript in the Edit Mode that was then included in the <head> of the page. This is the easiest way I could figure out: 1. Add the following code to the header.ascx file: <%=GetJavaScript()%> 2... [ Read full article ]

02 December 2007  1 Comments

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I am a 27 years old consultant at Sogeti in Stockholm, Sweden. I am working mainly with developing solutions in EPiServer, which I've been doing since 2006. I also write at Microserf and you can e-mail me at this address: nospam@localhostpeter.microserfnospam@localhost@nospam@localhostgmail.comnospam@localhost.



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