Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Use all monitors! This is just awesome!
Note: This is Windows 7 or above only.
There is similar but restricted functionality if you need this feature in older windows versions. Run remote desktop with the span option i.e. mstsc /span
Monday, September 23, 2013
Today, I found a nice feature I didn't know Team Foundation Server had. A way to view all changes included in a commit in a series of diffs.
This feature is only available after committing (in git-scm, you can get this for your pending changes even before commit).
Basically you go to history, right-click the changeset you wish to view and select Changeset details. In Changeset Details view, click on Actions drop down and select Open in Browser.
You will get a nice list of all the diffs included in that changeset. This is a great way to view all changes in any commit without having to compare each individual file against previous.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Anyhow, the ankle rolled side ways and while it was happening I did two things to minimize the injury.
First, I immediately shifted my weight off the foot that tripped.
Next, I let the ankle continue on it's roll adjusting my body to follow along in the direction of the roll.
This has the effect of pitching me side ways and causing me to fall but because I shifted my weight, there's no pressure on the ankle. I already know I'm falling so I'm able to brace myself for it without further injuries.
The only injury I had to deal with is from the beginning of the roll when I accidentally tilted the ankle sideways.
In this way, I am able to go from tripping to a controlled fall/dive to minimize injury and get up in time to retrieve the next shot. There was pain from the initial twist but it's nothing serious and went away after one game.
It's the next day now and I'm not hurt at all.
I've read quite a lot online regarding injury prevention. They talk about using the right shoes and using correct footwork.
I have not come across anything that tells you what to do while you're in the process of injuring yourself.
I'm hoping this post helps everyone keep the hurt to a minimum.
Best of luck.