Parallels Desktop – Run Visual Studio On Your Mac

Parallels Desktop

Parallels Desktop 10 - Do you love your Windows Applications and wish you could run them on your Mac? Well as some of you might or might not know, Parallels Desktop is the perfect solution for you. I write software for a living, so I am what I guess you would

Visual Studio 2015 Preview and Windows 10 Technical Preview – Try Them On Azure Now

Microsoft Azure provides a perfect solution for those with a subscription (BizSpark, MSDN etc.) to test out the previews of various software. I can immediately think of Visual Studio 2015 Preview and Windows 10 Technical Preview. If you don't want to download the ISO's or don't want to set up

Setting Different Wallpapers For Each Monitor In Windows 8 – Thanks Scott

Setting Different Wallpapers - The other day Scott Hanselman posted a blog post on setting individual wallpapers for each monitor in Windows 8 if you're using multiple monitors. While this isn't strictly something many will find essential, it bugs the heck out of me not being able to do it

Resizing VirtualBox Disks Does Not Work With Snapshots

Resizing VirtualBox Disks - I wanted to resize the hard drive of my VM, and I figured that this would be an easy task. As it turns out, it is extremely easy. The only problem was that it wasn't working. Here is how I resolved that error. Please note, this is my

Easily Generate Table Change Scripts In SQL Server Management Studio

Something I found frustrating when designing databases, were the frequent changes made to tables. Managing the scripts can become quite tricky, especially if you are still in the design phase. This is made worse by code changes or change requests to existing data structures. Sometimes a person gets so caught

Script Table Data In SQL Server Management Studio

Script Table Data

How Do I Script Table Data In SQL Server Script Table Data - I have used other tools to do this for ages. I can't believe that I never knew that it existed in SQL Server Management Studio. Well ok, in my defence it isn't quite the most 'In-your-face' setting. Nevertheless, it

SQL Server Management Studio – Changing Default Data Type In Table Designer

If there is one thing that I always had a pet peeve with, was the table designer column data type default in SQL Server Management Studio. You have no option (that I am aware of) to change the default column data type when creating a new data table in table