Same person from @BTCare. Sorry to hear still slower than before. I checked speed while on the call (~4.4mps down). She wanted to check something, called back 10mins later with:
Test show that there's a mismatch on the supplier side. I'll escalate, normally 48hrs turnaround …
Visual Studio supports Application Insights. This provides an mechanism to add monitoring support into a web application. There's also a version for Azure.
Application Insights lets you monitor your live application for:
* Availability - We'll test your URLs every few minutes from around the world.
* Performance - Detect and diagnose perf issues …
In a HN thread on editors (Lighttable and that teams plans to do stuff with Eve) someone mentioned Brackets in the context of installed and haven't looked back since. Right now I'm happy with Sublime...
...but you never know.
Update: 2019-06-22 11:04:39
For quite a while now Visual …
I saw a BSOD today, oh boy, first in a while.
- Grab WinDBG(x64) — install the Windows Software Development Kit (from here for 8.1) and select the debugging tools in the installer.
- Set the Symbol Search Path to
A PowerShell script that remembers where you've been and makes it really easy to Jump there → https://github.com/tkellogg/Jump-Location
A post to capture Git related goodness. The secret sauce? Branch early and often but merge and kill branches too.
Create a directory with your project
To create a Git repro. If you want a
bare repro (i.e. because you're …
A fragment to execute a process on Windows:
from subprocess import Popen
proc = Popen("vi \"" + filename + "\"", shell=True )
vi (whatever that might be on a Windows box). Note that while Python is pretty good from a crossplatform perspective, it's not the best when it …
A fragment for writing to a file in Python:
f = open(filename,'w')
f.write('Hey, I'm saying Hello file! \n')
Note that this will overwrite an existing file. Use
open(filename,'a') to open in append mode. The Python documentation has details.
A fragment for formatting dates and time in Python:
date = datetime.datetime.now()
sDate = date.strftime("%Y%m%d")
sDateTime = date.strftime("%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S")
See see https://docs.python.org/2/library/datetime.html#strftime-and-strptime-behavior for formatting for details of string formatting for dates …
A fragment for processing arguments passed from the command line:
myArg = sys.argv # argv is the name of the command
For more sophisticated parsing, StackOverflow has recommendations.