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The Service Did Not Respond in a Timely Fashion

A little while back I had to create a Windows Service for a client that was meant to live on a Windows 2008 Server. Having Visual Studio 2012 at my disposal, I decided to create the service in C# using .NET 4.5. My client decided to install the application on his...

Managing Connection Strings in Database Development

I know I may be in the minority here, but my feeling is that as a developer, my job is to make everyone else’s life a little easier. This includes administrators who must maintain code that I write. Connection Strings have always been something that requires a little...

Auditioning for a new job . . .

Have you ever auditioned for a part in a school play or a local theater production? It can be a long, arduous and emotional process; actors and actresses give everything they have and more. Digging deep to find the right combination of talent, experience and emotion...

Energy Vampires and Positive Energy

Energy Vampires are not allowed at eImagine. You might be asking, what the heck is an Energy Vampire? Our management team just finished reading Jon Gordon’s The Energy Bus and Gordon introduced us to the concept of Energy Vampires. Energy Vampires are “the people who...

Exporting Comments in a Word Doc

Tracking comments in an edited document can be frustrating, particularly when there are a lot of or long comments to sift through. Word doesn’t provide an export function for these and often the only way to print them is to print all of the tracked changes as well,...