Why not make this Whitsun weekend a Whitestone weekend? After months (years?) of work I’m finally officially releasing my brand new website, which means my old website will close down (I’ll make a version of it available somewhere sometime, but it will not be a big event like this). Why change? My old site was getting, well, old. The backend was extremely customized to my needs only, which is good in a way, but not really thinking ahead. With this page I’m taking a step away from a completely personalized solution to a more commercial one as I’m now using WordPress as the main engine behind my website. This gives me a much better engine when it comes to publishing posts. Not that I really […] Read more
This site will be the next homepage of me, Gina Therese Hvidsten. I’m currently in the process of transitioning all my content from my old site to this one, and I’m now using WordPress as my CMS instead of my crappy old homemade one. The appearance and content of this site will be somewhat crappy looking until everything is converted and transferred and search engines shouldn’t index any of the content, so I’ll be surprised if you find this site at all (without me having given you a direct link ;)). So as usual, stay tuned for more content.
I’ve seen this on several site, and I also have this written down on pieces of paper all over my office, both at home and at work, so I figure it’s about time I get it somewhere more digital where I always know where I have it, as well as share this knowledge with other people who come by. For this example I assume that Windows is installed on the C-drive, and you want to move the users folder to the D-drive. To make sure you’re not touching files that are in use, boot from the Windows installation disc (or USB) and start a command prompt. The instructions here are for Windows 7, but they’re not very different from Windows 8.x: First you need to […] Read more
Recently I encountered a problem using webservices in .Net. At irregular intervals the code suddenly threw the following exception when calling a webservice: System.Net.WebException: The operation has timed out There was nothing magical in the code around the calls to the webservice where it was handled in the usual fashion: WebserviceClass ws = new WebserviceClass(); ws.Foo(); When the code reached ws.Foo() it just waited there for over a minute before throwing the previously mentioned exception. Since using webservices is extremely streamlined and standardized in Visual Studio I initially thought the problem had to lie somewhere else than my application, like maybe there were networking issues or the ISS server that hosted the webservice had some problems. When troubleshooting all of the above and nothing panned […] Read more