When it comes to code readability, the initialiser syntax makes declaring C# objects very easy and clean to read. It also makes writing the code much faster since you do not need to be adding new constructors and lets you see what properties you have left to assign. But what about performance? Is one method…
So you have hit a critical moment in the managment of your blog or website. All your hard work to build great content is looking like it will be for nothing as your entire domain is now banned from Facebook. What can I do now? The Facebook support website seems to bring you in an…
All Uniq based operating systems contain a massively powerful command line interface that can let you do a lot of really cool things that you may not have realized. If you are looking for a piece of text in a huge directory of files, there is no need to go through each file and check.…
When pulling comments from a database table, it can be very costly when you are performing a query that will automatically sort all of the comments into the parent child hierarchy. Every extra ms your SQL server spends performing calculations is time that is wasted. If you can easily move this logic to the programming…
Most people start blogging and get excited about the fact that you can actually make real money just from putting a few ads on your blog. This then leads to the main reason that ad-blocker and other ad blocking software has become so popular. When people to choose to monetize their blogs they seem to…
Alexa is a very popular source of tracking your websites popularity and traffic across the web. Its metrics are generated based on a few different factors, but for most people it will be based on a toolbar that the user has installed on their web browser. Website owners often put a lot of work into…
Getting the best possible performance out of your website is a difficult task to take on. There are so many things to do right and if you do them wrong, you will get no benefit at all. Google are not always clear about what factors affect the SEO performance of your website. One question that comes…
When using SVN via command line you can view the details of previous revisions by viewing the SVN log. Call the log along with the number of revisions you want to have returned to you will display the message left when the file was committed, number of lines changed, user, date and a few other details. Ideally you…