Most of the time I use VirtualBox to run Linux distros like Ubuntu and Debian. At the same time, I have to work with Windows Phone SDK which needs Hyper-V to run the Windows Phone emulator. Understandably VirtualBox and Hyper-V will not run at the same time. The easiest way I found to solve that problem is creating a dual boot configuration where one of the boot options has Hyper-V disabled. Here is how to do it:
This started happening after an upgrade to Ubuntu 13.04. We have shell scripts here and there saved as .run files, e.g.
Build.linux.auto.run, to automate AVBlocks builds on Linux. Normally Nautilus will ask you whether you want to run the script when you double click a
.run file, but on Ubuntu 13.04, Nautilus suddenly started opening
.run files in Gedit. It turns out there is a setting in Gnome for that. Here is how to fix it:
The TortoiseHg Nautilus extension stopped working after upgrading one of my Ubuntu machines from 12.10 to 13.04. It turned out the problem was it could not find
It is never too late to start writing unit tests. Add unit tests to your “Definition of Done” document. Automate your build process, so it runs unit tests with every code change.