Tonight is the night!
My corps is putting on our yearly Christmas Concert. This year i have
been in charge for the planning of it and i am quite nervous. Also the
program up to this and this weekend has been almost to much to handle.
But i am really looking forward to the concert tonight - it will be
great. KarlMagnus Fredriksson is
our guest soloist and that will surely be great. Vasa Gospel is
in kick-… form. And the band also sounds great. To top the whole thing
off we have our youth gospel choir - Vasas Granater that will be nice addition
to the whole scene.
This will be great.
The rest of the weekend will also be fun as i am presenter at the WindCorp Brass
band Christmas concerts.
Builds with TFS 2008 - soon...
is a nice video of all the goodness that are coming our way in Team
Foundation Server 2008:
soon we will be there… I long for it… I want it… my precious
Sandcastle - in build scripts
found this article, via a tip from a colleague, on how to use
Sandcastle (Microsoft’s new documentation
generator) to generate system documentation as part of a build script:
Nice examples both for CruiseControl and TFS also.
As i wrote the solo trombone of Stockholm Brass Band played a solo,
Doolalynastics, that just blew me and a large part of the audience
Here is a video of that performance. For anyone into playing brass i can
say that this was the second last piece and before this we have just
played Celebration - notorious hard on the lip…
Thank you Håkan - i am still amazed
Stockholm Brass Band
I got the
opportunity to play with Stockholms
Brass Band this weekend. First baritone
What a great bunch of guys! Really nice people and the playing was at a
very high level. If they met a little more often they could kick some
serious … in any competition.
Yesterday Håkan Björkman, solo trombonist of the Royal
Swedish Opera, blew the audience away with a unbelievable performance of a
hard piece called Doolalynastics. What a player! I am
truly amazed of his skills.
Here is a video from the
concert when we are playing the marsch Celebrate Rotary.
Found this great resource today -
www.teamsystemwidgets.com. It’s a
site with a lot of great stuff that can be used to improve TFS
Here is a Microsoft
shows you how to use one of the widgets to accomplish Continuous
Another highlight was the MS Build status via
Marcus - published!
Today was a proud day for me as i for the first time ever was
published. I have written the commentaries for Gothenburg
Brass Bands last CD, In Perfect
And now it has been
I feel so proud to be associated with that great band and such great
musicians. It sound terrific and i shed a tear or two
on certain places, when i thought about what Bengt would have said.
Creating a dynamical AutoComplete textbox
In my recent project we have had to implement a own textbox to be able to set a few properties that force the user to follow certain formats etc. A few days ago i saw this as an oppurtunity to do something cool as an additional feature. I wanted to implement a AutoComplete feature but with the values that the user has typed in this field before. It turns out that this is fairly easy to do, since AutoComplete is a property on the TextBox control in the .NET Framework. Here is a nice video that introduce the concepts surrounding AutoCompletion So how did i do it then? First i added a handling of the Resize-event that sets the autoComplete-properties. Me.AutoCompleteMode = Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteMode.Suggest Me.AutoCompleteSource = Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteSource.CustomSource Me.AutoCompleteCustomSource = State.HamtaAutoCompleteLista(Me.Name) State.HamtaAutoCompleteLista is a function that returns the AutoCompleteStringCollection that should be used for the control. As you might notice I am...
Visual Studio Tip of the Day
is a great site for finding information on how to get the most out of
Visual Studio - Visual Studio Tip of the
New euphonium sales site
la - this is a “dangerous” place for euphonium-players. A whole site
with stuff to buy for euphonium-players….
Me like… Money gone… ;)