Monthly Archives: November 2012

WPF NotifyIcon must be used as x86 application

After a small configuration change, I spent a lot of time trying to figure out the following problem. In solution was simply that the WPF NotifyIcon (http://www.hardcodet.net/projects/wpf-notifyicon) requires the WPF application to be running as x86. Running as Any CPU … Continue reading

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How to make IE not suck on Windows Server 2008 R2

Anyone who has used Internet Explorer on a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 will have experienced the pain I’m referring to. After a default install, it’s near impossible to login to most sites or download files from public … Continue reading

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Rosalind – Project Euler for Bioinformatics

I’m a big fan of Project Euler. It’s a great site for learning a new language and keeping your math skills sharp. There’s now a similar site for Bioinformatics –¬†http://rosalind.info/ that looks very cool. I’m sure I’m going to end … Continue reading

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