Monthly Archives: May 2012

msysgit conflict with Subversion

I’ve got msysgit installed, with the bin directory in my PATH. Unfortunately msysgit uses svn 1.4.6 still, so when I was running svn on the command line it was finding the older msysgit version first, not the newer version that’s … Continue reading

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“DateTimeOffset should be considered the default date and time type for application development”

If you’re in the habit (like I was until recently) of using the DateTime data type whenever you need to represent a date, time or timestamp then I strongly recommend reading this MSDN article: Choosing Between DateTime, DateTimeOffset, and TimeZoneInfo … Continue reading

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