January 8th, 2014
I'm working on a task and wanted to find a certificate from the Local Computer store based on its Thumbprint and ran into the below exception. If you are trying something similar you might get the below exception if you COPY the value from the Certificate MMC snap in.
System.FormatException: Invalid hexadecimal string format. at System.IdentityModel.SecurityUtils.DecodeHexString(String hexString) at System.IdentityModel.Selectors.X509CertificateStore.Find(X509FindType findType,...
September 22nd, 2013
I'm doing a little R&D on ZMQ & C++ with my Raspberry Pi. I'm connecting to the PI via SSH and using tmux and tmuxinator to launch my development environment which looks like this:
I wanted a solution where when a file was saved in VIM, gcc got automatically launched with the proper parameters to automatically compile the code and automatically launch the binary. Here is how I did it.
Quick install of tmux, tmuxinator, ruby and rubygems on Raspberry Pi
The setup for tmux and...
September 22nd, 2013
I have a website which is built in .NET, for managing this website there are few stats that need to be known. Nothing out of the ordinary, just the usual:
How many visitors?
What are the last viewed URL's?
How many current active sessions
How many people have visited X page
What are the latest Exceptions/errors thrown
How many registrations
Wanted in Realtime
Google Analytics gives all of the statistics required but I wanted something to display what is happening in real time on a...
August 6th, 2013
(This was written quickly and my English leaves a lot to be desired so please expect errors / typo's things not to make sense)
You're here, not because you find me interesting, because you don't, nobody does. More than likely, because you visit your super duper awesome best ever fully loaded html 5 website and there I am, the bumbling fool known as @undefined, all big and brash in the place where your tweets should be.
If that's the case then I urge you to stop and take a big breath,...
July 2nd, 2013
Back in 2006, I had a blog and portfolio site, then in 2007 I switched jobs and just kind of forgot about it and eventually deleted it all. For the past few weeks I've had the niggle to get it done and built once again. The reason being, I've worked on a lot of quite complex projects and learned a lot of things along the way that I wanted to write about but had no platform to do so.
A week or so ago I saw a tweet from @RellyAB advertising 30 Days To Done, it's actually what I needed to...