Trees for Bugs in Plain English

Trees for bugs initiative explained in a 2 minutes "Common Craft style" video. Video delivered by IVAH
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The current number of trees to be planted - adding to the 1049 trees planted since the beginning of the initiative.
We plant a tree for each bug we found in Kentico. And we fix it in 7 days. 

Bugs on Heads - Bugs found and those responsible!

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We at Kentico Software have decided to plant a tree for every bug found in the latest version of our product - Kentico. We also promise to fix all reported bugs within 7 working days. Twice a year, we plant trees as compensation for each bug found by users of our software. (Read more...)

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12/14/2009 by Petr Passinger | 0 comments

Check out the big finale of the “Trees for Bugs” initiative.
11/11/2009 by Petr Passinger | 0 comments

Check out the results of the “Trees for Bugs” initiative!
11/06/2009 by Petr Passinger | 0 comments

Event logging is the centralized way for Windows to record information about important software and hardware events that occur across a system. For System Administrators the logs allow them to review errors. For developers the event logs provide a place to store application errors. Within the .NET Framework the System.Disagnostics.EventLog namespace provides the functionality to read, write and manage events logs and events on the network. In this post we will look at some examples of how this namespace can be used within your applications.

11/03/2009 by Thomas Robbins | 0 comments

Once you create your development machine you may want to add additional users to the environment. In this post we will cover the steps you can use when logged in as the Global Administrator within the corporate site to add a new user to the Kentico CMS 4.1 system.

10/28/2009 by Thomas Robbins | 0 comments

With the completion of the Kentico CMS 4.1 file installer we are ready to run the application and finalize the installation. This last step is the automated creation of the SQL database. In this post we will look at the database setup procedure that occurs when you run the application for the first time.

10/27/2009 by Thomas Robbins | 0 comments
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