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BPMN question

Recently I learned how to model business processes with BPMN 2.0, the Business Process Modeling Notation. Following, a very, very brief introduction. Using the BPM standard allows technical and business engineers (and everybody else) to better understand one another by

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On merging project files

Merging Visual Studio Project files: there’s not much nice to say about that. It’s just a pain, and I’ve ssen it become the number one or two reason of errors when merging between code branches.

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Updated: Syntax Highlighting for ScrewTurn Wiki

Christian has updated the syntax highlighter plugin for ScrewTurn wiki.

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Format all files in project

Christian digs up a five year old Visual Studio macro.

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NDepend: My new hammer for code reviews

Christian finds out how NDepend can make code reviews faster and more precise.

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SQL code in ScrewTurn Wiki: a workaround

Christian has a workaround for T-SQL code blocks in ScrewTurn wiki.

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Visual Studio 2010 Express – No tests, please.

Christian wonders why it costs $550 to run a unit test in Visual Studio.

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Oh no, not again.

One should assume intelligent people learn from their mistakes. Nevertheless, there are these things you do for the umpth time, and you know you’ll do it again, no matter how hard you try. Put a red sock into the washing

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Prezi and Me

Christian spends some days with the presentation tool Prezi.com; and is only halfway overwhelmed.

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Yet another syntax highlighter for ScrewTurn Wiki

A source code syntax highlighter plugin for ScrewTurn wiki that looks really good.

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