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bio website nogginbox.co.uk
location Leeds, United Kingdom
age 35
visits member for 5 years, 5 months
seen May 8 at 15:22

I'm a freelance web and software developer. I mainly develop ASP.NET MVC websites, Windows 8 and Mac Apps.

Please check out my game Tower Blocks and my app Font Picker.

And I help run Leeds Sharp, a user group in Leeds for people developing using Microsoft technologies.


Jun
23
asked Piping powershell messages to Write-EventLog
Jun
22
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
8
accepted Using IIS URL Rewrite to redirect from the homepage
May
31
asked Using IIS URL Rewrite to redirect from the homepage
Oct
7
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
3
accepted Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
Feb
1
comment Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
When I say edit, I mean a simple style edit. Not change your answer.
Feb
1
comment Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
It's more of a future proofing issue and not being sure of all the file types currently being used. It's starting to look like the best option though.
Feb
1
comment Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
I tried to upvote this, but it seems I was too slow and it won't let me unless you edit it. Make an edit and I'll give you the upvote you deserve. And sorry for being slow.
Jan
31
awarded  Commentator
Jan
31
comment Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
I also tried using *, but static files like jpegs were also run through PHP and it didn't like this.
Jan
30
awarded  Critic
Jan
30
comment Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
This is a possible answer, but it doesn't seem very future proof and it's such a big project that I'm unsure about all the file types it already contains. I'm sure there must be a nicer way to do this.
Jan
30
comment Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
I have this set up fine already for the php extension. I need to do it for files with no extension.
Jan
29
revised Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
added 119 characters in body
Jan
29
asked Running php files on ISS 7 without the file extension
Dec
9
comment Powershell challenge
Due to some confusion this question was migrated to Stack Overflow and then unmigrated. Keith Hill on Stack overflow added the shorter answer ls|sort{"$_"[-1]}
Dec
4
comment Powershell challenge
I noticed too that this only sorts by the last letter, unlike the linux version. However the challenge stated "by the LAST character" so this answer answers the question, even if the two solutions aren't equal.
Dec
4
comment Powershell challenge
That's brill. Not as short as the Linux alternative, but still pretty good.
Dec
4
accepted Powershell challenge