Hackathon Abierto en Buenos Aires

By lopez
:-)

El próximo sábado 30 de Agosto, se realizará el primer Hackathon abierto del grupo Java Argentina, en las oficinas de MuleSoft en Buenos Aires. Más detalles en:

http://www.meetup.com/jugargentina/events/197071352/

Saturday, August 30, 2014
11:00 AM to 8:00 PM
MuleSoft
Av Corrientes 316, Capital Federal, Buenos Aires (map)

Planta Baja

Vamos a estar organizando el primer hackathon abierto del grupo. La idea es juntarnos a las 11AM, arrancar al medio dia, y terminar a las 8pm. Ahi vienen las presentaciones, algunos premios y cerramos con algo para comer y tomar.

Las reglas:

• Se puede usar cualquier lenguaje, no solo Java o que corra en la JVM.

• Hay que contribuir a un proyecto Open Source. Puede ser cualquiera, no necesariamente famoso (ej: Mule ESB, Spring, Go, Vertx, etc).

• Dura 8 horas.

• Equipos de 1 hasta 5 integrantes

• Se va a evaluar el impacto de la contribución.

Estamos definiendo algunos premios para el equipo ganador y menciones. Apenas tengamos algo les avisamos.

Prometemos comida, bebidas y diversion!, por lo que pedimos que se registren todos los participantes, asĂ­ podemos calcular bien las cantidades.

Apuren a anotarse ya que vamos a tener cupo limitado!

Lo bueno es que puede usarse cualquier lenguaje, y al parecer, puede trabajarse sobre un proyecto nuevo o existente, mientras sea Open Source. Espero que haya cerveza

Nos leemos!

Angel “Java” Lopez
http://www.ajlopez.com
http://twitter.com/ajlopez

So when does Click2run update?

From the I did not know this about click2run…. courtesy of Diane Poremsky (1), she indicated that Click 2 run inserts tasks into your computer.  These tasks will make the system check to see if it’s up to date.   Typically one runs at 3 a.m another checks upon logon.  So if you run your computer 24/7 click to run will attempt to update at least once at day. Diane indicated that it’s hinted about here:  http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/office-2013-automatic-updates-are-not-working-HA104022275.aspx  whcih tells you to check task scheduler if it’s not updating. There should be two tasks (for c2r) – one checks at 3 am, one checks at logon.
(1)Diane runs http://www.slipstick.comhttp://www.outlook-tips.net and http://www.outlookforums.com

How to Turn On or Off Right Clicks for Precision Touchpad in Windows 8.1

A certified Windows Precision Touchpad is a new class of input devices that provide high precision pointer input and gesture functionality. By default, these devices generate ultra-high precision scroll wheel messages for desktop application consumption.

The August 12th 2014 update rollup from Windows Update for Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 introduced a new feature for precision touchpads by adding the Double-tap and drag setting.

If this setting is turned on, you will be able to right click by clicking or tapping on the right touchpad button.

If this setting is turned off, then when you click or tap on the right touchpad button, it will perform the same as a left click.

This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off the allow right-clicks on the touchpad feature for your account in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1.

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So when does Click2run update?

By susan From the I did not know this about click2run…. courtesy of Diane Poremsky (1), she indicated that Click 2 run inserts tasks into your computer. These tasks will make the system check to see if it’s up to date. Typically one runs at 3 a.m another checks upon logon. So if you run your computer 24/7 click to run will attempt to update at least once at day. Diane indicated that it’s hinted about here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/support/office-2013-automatic-updates-are-not-working-HA104022275.aspx whcih tells you to check task scheduler if it’s not updating. There should be two tasks (for c2r) – one checks at 3 am, one checks at logon.

(1)Diane runs http://www.slipstick.com – http://www.outlook-tips.net and http://www.outlookforums.com

Just kicking the wheels

As you no doubt know, MSMVPS has recently moved over to WordPress.   I’m just getting up and running on my new blog and really excited about it.

For most of my career, I was heavily focused on Mobile devices.  Even though Windows Phone was a little late to the game, I’m a loyal user and hope to contribute some content on it.  However the focus of my career has radically shifted over the past few years.  I was finally able to put my graduate degree to good use and with a lot of studying, I’m currently working as the Director of Data Science at an awesome company.

Before I arrived there though, I had spent a good bit of time learning Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 which I still work with pretty regularly.

So, that’s going to be the focus of my new blog – Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SQL Server Analysis Services, SQL Server Integration Services, SQL Server Reporting Services, PowerView, PowerPivot, R & Python with a little bit of Windows Phone thrown in for good measure.

It’s good to be back!

How to Turn On or Off Double-tap and Drag for Precision Touchpad in Windows 8.1

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A certified Windows Precision Touchpad is a new class of input devices that provide high precision pointer input and gesture functionality. By default, these devices generate ultra-high precision scroll wheel messages for desktop application consumption.

The August 12th 2014 update rollup from Windows Update for Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 introduced a new feature for precision touchpads by adding the “Double-tap and drag” setting.

If this setting is turned on, you will be able to double-tap on an item using the precision touchpad while keeping your finger down on the second tap, then drag the item.

This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off the double-tap and drag feature of your precision touchpad for your account in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1.

Read more…

Windows Server : Désactiver un compte utilisateur pour raison de congés

Bonsoir Ă  tous,

Quelquefois, il peut s’avĂ©rer utile de dĂ©sactiver un compte utilisateur : dĂ©part en congĂ©s, fin de stage provisoire; bref, plein de raisons susceptibles de dĂ©sactiver un compte sans Ă  devoir le supprimer.
En effet, supprimer un compte n’est pas toujours la meilleure solution ;-)

En powershell, voici la commande pour désactiver :
PS C:> Disable CPTEUSER -ADAccount -whatif

Pour le réactiver :
PS C:> Enable CPTEUSER -ADAccount  -whatif

Le paramètre -whatif sert Ă  tester le script avant de l’appliquer.

Bonne soirée.
Patrice.

More work on the website..

By Mike Hall OK. The variations in text style have been cleared up almost entirely now, and all pages have a more uniform look about them. The other outstanding issue was the extended line length when viewed on 16:9 aspect monitors and notebook screens. I have set it up in a three column theme now which compresses the… →

Windows ADK : Comment créer un media LTI bootable…

Bonjour tout le monde,

Nous allons voir comment créer un support de boot permettant de démarrer une machine qui, pour une cause indéfinie, ne démarre plus.

Préparation du support USB
Dans une invite de commandes ouverte en tant qu’Administrateur, saisissez la commande DISKPART.exe puis, suivez ces indications :

C:Windowssystem32>diskpart
Microsoft DiskPart version 6.1.7601
Copyright (C) 1999-2008 Microsoft Corporation.
Sur l’ordinateur : XXXXXXXXXXXX

DISKPART> list disk
N° disque Statut Taille Libre Dyn GPT
——— ————- ——- ——- — —
Disque 0 En ligne 931 G octets 10 M octets
Disque 1 En ligne 931 G octets 0 octets
Disque 2 En ligne 32 G octets 0 octets

DISKPART> select disk 2
Le disque 2 est maintenant le disque sélectionné.

DISKPART> clean
DiskPart a réussi à nettoyer le disque.

DISKPART> create partition primary
DiskPart a réussi à créer la partition spécifiée.

<!– UEFI requiert un formatage Fat32 tandis que Bios requiert NTFS –>
DISKPART> format fs=fat32
100 pour cent effectués
DiskPart a formaté le volume.

DISKPART> active
DiskPart a indiqué la partition actuelle comme étant active.
DISKPART> assign letter=W
DiskPart a correctement assigné la lettre de lecteur ou le point de montage.

DISKPART> exit
Quitte DiskPart…image

Depuis le dossier DeploymentShare$Boot, sĂ©lectionnez le fichier LiteTouchPE_x64.iso pour graver l’image…
Vous pouvez Ă©galement monter l’image directement dans votre lecteur de DVD et copier le contenu vers le support USB avec la commande suivant :

xcopy DVDDisk:*.* W:*.* /s /e /f

/S Copie les rĂ©pertoires et sous-rĂ©pertoires Ă  l’exception des rĂ©pertoires vides.
/E Copie les répertoires et sous-répertoires, y compris les répertoires vides.
/F Affiche les noms de source et de destination complets lors de la copie.

Votre support est prĂŞt Ă  l’utilisation !

Bonne soirée.
Patrice.

How to Turn On or Off Leave Touchpad On when Mouse is Connected in Windows 8.1

A certified Windows Precision Touchpad is a new class of input devices that provide high precision pointer input and gesture functionality. By default, these devices generate ultra-high precision scroll wheel messages for desktop application consumption.

The August 12th 2014 update rollup from Windows Update for Windows 8.1, Windows RT 8.1, and Windows Server 2012 R2 introduced a new feature for precision touchpads by adding the “Leave touchpad on when a mouse is connected” setting.

If this setting is turned on, your precision touchpad will stay on when you connect a mouse to the PC.

If this setting is turned off, your precision touchpad will automatically turn off when you connect a mouse to the PC, and will automatically turn back on when the mouse is disconnected.

This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off to leave touchpad on when a mouse is connected for your account in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1.

Read more…

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