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Where VMWare Fusion Stores Boxes on OSX

When you create VMWare Fusion virtual machines through the GUI they are stored in ~/Virtual Machines. When Vagrant creates VMWare Fusion virtual machines they are stored in Vagrant-file-directory/.vagrant/machines/default/vmware_fusion. Confirmed it myself. Thank you JT Gray.

Nice HTML Slide Export in Org-Mode with org-ioslide

Here is the project. Link via reddit.

How to Type the OSX “Pretzel” Key in Unicode

Emacs tells you everything that you need to know about it using describe-char: position: 927 of 1056 (88%), column: 33 character: ⌘ (displayed as ⌘) (codepoint 8984, #o21430, #x2318) preferred charset: unicode (Unicode (ISO10646)) code point in charset: 0x2318 script: symbol syntax: . which means: punctuation category: .:Base, j:Japanese to input: type “C-x 8 RET […]

EWS support for Emacs

I use Exchange at work for calendaring. I also use terminal-mode emacsclient when I’m logged in from another machine. In that scenario I can’t easily open a web browser to use Outlook Web Access. It annoyed me that I couldn’t check my schedule from within a terminal Emacs session. Thus, I did the only sensible […]

Some Nice .NET RSS Feeds

Org HTML Themes

org-html-themes provides very nice HTML export themes for your org documents.

Pinwheel Galaxy

Here is a nice picture of M101.

Data Layer Validation with Entity Framework 4.1+

This is a helpful series for when you need to start doing any sort of validations on your entities. I need to dig more into OData and how it integrates nicely with NG and friends using .NET. Personal notes follow.

Entity Framework 4.1 – DbContext Data Access

Entity Framework 4.1 – DbContext Data Access covers the DbContext object. It is important. The lecture explains why it is important. It might seem abstract if you haven’t touched any of this stuff before. That is OK. You will recall it when you need it. Personal notes follow.

A Very Slow, Very Easy Yoga Sun Salutation

This is as it is titled. It is really nice if you are learning it. Sun salutation is composed of many forms. All of them must be mastered. It is not a race. Going slow helps make it easier to learn and practice.