Integrating FlowPlayer in Composite C1

Due to my positive experience with the Composite C1 CMS system, I’m probably going to implement my next version of my e-learning courses with the system. The system does support video right out of the box, e.g.:   YouTube and a SilverLight player.  However using YouTube for materials in an e-learning course is out of the question, as it can’t[…]

Making Resharper testrunner work in 64-bit

No doubt that ReSharper’s test runner (for running unittests) clearly outranks the test runner in Visual Studio 2010.   So to my big disappointment I was not able to make projects targeted for 64-bit (actually a project using a 64-bit assembly) work together with ReSharpers test runner (using ReSharper 6.1). Searching the web didn’t give me any solutions. […]

Offline marketing – “branding the fleet”

Online marketing should also be followed up with offline marketing … I guess. So “branding the fleet” was the next step.  Ordering a set of streamers for our cars at, pretty good site and very easy.  Impressive and easy online designing of streamers.  Just choosing the size and foil type, then adding text and images –[…]

Wildcard matching in C#

Ever wanted to implement wildcard functionality witin your programs?  Just as you’re used to in the good old command prompt. E.g:  h*nri? B*ch Going to implement such, you’ll probably turn to regular expressions as your way to solve the problem (updated: see this post on how to do that).  But if you’re not that familiar with the[…]

The enum optimization

If you are programming C# (yes, and even C/C++) you are most probably familar with the enum construction.  Instead of using “magic-numbers” in your code, you increase the readability and maintainability by using enums.  E.g.:   The enumeration above is declared without values to hold different types of business entities, as normally you don’t care[…]