* Bug Tracker (Looking at Redmine) * Source Control Manager (I currently use
RhodeCode) * Build Server (I like Jenkins)
I would suggest TFS Online[^] for all of these. I am using it since last 4 months (migrated from Mercurial), and it is very good.
I have a web application hosted on Windows Azure, and on every check-in, TFS online will run all the unit tests, and according to the quality rules, it will built the application and then deploy it to Windows Azure. Cool stuff.
Dave, I'm happy to hear you have a French bath-room (I've never been in one, or seen one), but what is it about the required repair that requires you shave your beard, and that will cause Mrs. D. to find you more gentled ?
“Thus on many occasions man divides himself into two persons, one who tries to fool the other, while a third, who in fact is the same as the other two, is filled with wonder at this confusion. Thinking becomes dramatic, and acts out the most complicated plots within itself, and, spectator, again, and again, becomes: actor.” From a book by the Danish writer, Paul Moller, which was a favorite of Niels Bohr.
It's cp, it's been going on for weeks. Now I bitch
Set Layout to Normal, this will start Code Project with all messages closed. I also set Spacing to Tight so there isn't a bucketload of white space between threads.
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
I usually don't plan going to concerts. I just go see some local bands on a saturday evening when a friend asks me to come along.
However, I love this band and this concert I've had planned for quite a while and it was actually sold out.
Great band and I thought I'd share.
It's just that I never know if I should write 'favorite' or 'favourite', so I thought I'd settle with the more neutral 'fave'. Appearently that's not any good either.
As to answer your question, I am old enough to not question peoples age if their way of writing their second language, which just so happens to be my first, is not completely to my liking.
I would love to see you write Dutch so I could ask "How old are you? 0???"
Unless, of course, you're talking about my taste in music in which case I can only say: OMGWTF U SRSLY? Th3y r0ck s0o0o h4rD its AMAZING!!!11one1 lolz luv them
The Lounge isn't exactly known for its acceptance of new music.
It's too pop for me (you've seen my taste on lastfm), but it's better than most pop stuff I hear. And I do hear more than you'd expect. My friend is in this band, http://shesalive.bandcamp.com/album/left-to-live-for, I end up going to his shows as he goes to my comedy shows.
I stick out as the drunk 30 year old guy in a sea of teenage pop fans.
I guess they've a problem with horse meat being sold as beef in the United Kingdom.
Apparently it's made it's way into the schools, hospitals and other organizations.
This leaves me with a few questions:
1: Does a horse cost less to raise than a cow? I don't see the savings there.
2: If it takes DNA testing to tell the difference does it really matter?
3: If the horse meat is going into people food then what the elephant are the dogs getting?
The horse meat is generally coming from working stock that has reached the end of its life, and tests have supposedly identified Bute in some of the meat. This is a drug that is not safe for human consumption. Finally, it's being sold as beef, so that is fraud.
I was brought up to respect my elders. I don't respect many people nowadays.
Sometimes I think they just take regular human food and add some nasty looking ooze so they can call it dog food. But if that would be true we would all be eating elephants...
Not me though, I'm a vegetarian. Turns out they actually sell carrots as lettuce!