The High Cost of Low Quality

by Daniel Halan 8. August 2007 19:14

A very good article about the consequences of hiring inexperienced programmers for buildig new systems. Don't get me wrong, we all were inexperienced at some point. But inexperienced programmers should start of their carrier by administrating / fixing bugs on "finished" systems, where they can get experience without causing a mess.

A Guide to Hiring Programmers: The High Cost of Low Quality

Optimizing recompilation of SharePoint features, removing IE7 login session.

by Daniel Halan 6. August 2007 20:22
When developing new features for SharePoint you have to recompile and reinstall the feature a lot, one of the more time consuming moments are when you reset the IIS and try to restore the login session in an already open IE window, ie. by clicking on various links in the site.

The trick is to remove the old login session variable that is stored as a cookie. 
To remove the cookies you can add this line to your install.bat after "CALL iisreset".
"RunDll32.exe InetCpl.cpl,ClearMyTracksByProcess 2"

This works only with IE7, if anyone know how to remove cookies on other browsers please drop a line.

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