ascii utf-8 encoding table chart

October 22, 2014

disable windows update restart nag

October 9, 2014

sc stop wuauserv

.net regex find replace in visual studio 2013

September 23, 2014

F: Log.Write\(\”(?<all>.*)\);

R: Log.Write(string.Format(“$1));


F: Log.Write(“browsers alive: {0}/{1}”, nbrOfAliveBrowsers, nbrOfTotalBrowsers);

R: Log.Write(string.Format(“browsers alive: {0}/{1}”, nbrOfAliveBrowsers, nbrOfTotalBrowsers));

Fiddler with Windows Phone 8/8.1 emulator

September 17, 2014

json validator and formatted jsonlint

September 12, 2014

git bash alias shortcuts

August 22, 2014

put into c:\users\<username>\.bash_profile

alias gs=’git status’
alias gpr=’git pull –rebase’
alias gc=’git commit -a -m’
alias ga=’git add -A .’
alias gl=’git log –graph –pretty=format:”%Cred%h%Creset -%C(yellow)%d%Creset %s %Cgreen(%cr) %C(bold blue)<%an>%Creset” –abbrev-commit’
alias gca=’git commit –amend’
alias gri=’git rebase -i’
alias gco=’git checkout’
alias gcob=’git checkout -b’

resharper live template for comments with name and date

August 21, 2014

//todo [$NAME$ $DATE$]: $END$

Always do –rebase on git pull

August 21, 2014

git config –global pull.rebase true

Alt-inserting linefeed (and other ascii codes)

June 13, 2014

I’ve learned to typ a danish Ø (as in Øredev) using “ALT + 0216″, and I love the ability to being able to type the character anywhere anytime.

So – can this be extending to typing linefeed into a Visual Studio resource field? oh yeah!

Just type “ALT + 0010″ to insert a linefeed!

Looong list of chars here:

manage wireless networks in windows 8.1 command prompt

June 11, 2014


netsh wlan show profiles

netsh wlan delete profile name=”andy”


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