Works on My Machine…or Does It?
It’s always frustrating when you’re working on a project, and everything looks good when you’re running it from Visual Studio, and then you deploy to your web server, and suddenly something’s not rendering correctly. In this post, I’ll give you some tips for troubleshooting these problems when the target browser is Internet Explorer.
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Clients and VMs and VPNs, Oh My!
As regular readers of this blog may be aware, I recently hung up my technical evangelist hat, and made the jump back into full-time consulting.
Consistent with best practices, I decided that when working with a new client, the best course of action would be to set up a new virtual machine to keep all of the development environment, tools, and files isolated from anything on my host machine, which helps minimize the risk that installing the latest bleeding-edge tools (which are good to have to stay ahead of the learning curve) don’t endanger the work I’m doing for the client.
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