To install the ISE for PowerShell on Windows Server 2012, just as in Server 2008 R2, you can select the feature, or simply execute the following in a PowerShell command prompt: 1: Import-Module ServerManager 2: Add-Windowsfeature PowerShell-ISE

Current Multi-blog enabling LINQ to SQL BlogEngine.NET Provider. (Updated 3/12/10) I have been asked for this code so that we can share the multi-blog solution that has been working for me for almost a year now. This is the time to check it out and help make it work for yourself and others. I’m going to continue to “dog food” this here. Current version of BlogEngine.NET supported by this provider, as of this post, is 1.6.0.3. Although I need to update my own site(s) from 1.6.0.1.

Markus will be discussing "The State of .NET": What is the state of .NET today? Which of the many .NET technologies have gained traction? Which ones can you ignore for now? What is new in .NET 3.5 and the coming .NET 4.0? What other Microsoft technologies should you include in your development efforts? This event is It is designed for developers as well as (IT) decision makers. Specific prior knowledge is not required.

This is what you see when attempting to rate a new post. Click on a Star to rate the post. Notice the infinitesimally small rating that is generally added when creating a first post. This may be something I did myself while trying to “fix” the Add a new Blog script.

DateTime Format for Blog Posts for BlogEngine.NET ...or wherever you want to standardize output formatting. Here is a rather simple solution to my issue of Date Time formatting on my blog posts. I noticed that as of a recent version of BlogEngine.NET, the Date looked something like this: "29. June 2008 09:00" I wanted to change it to something more readable to my target readers, some very local, such as: "Sunday, June 29, 2008 09:00 AM"...