Technical Notes of Ehi Kioya

Technical Notes of Ehi Kioya

Learn JavaScript At Udemy With This 80% Discount Coupon

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The awesome guys at Udemy recently contacted me to help promote their JavaScript Beginner’s Course across the web. I have written a few articles on JavaScript tips before and have also written articles on Online Education and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS). So I wasn’t surprised. You can take the course with an 80 percent discount using the coupon TechnicalNotesofEhiKioya

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Add Event Receiver To Specific List Instance In SharePoint

Add Event Receiver To Specific List Instance In SharePoint

When binding SharePoint event receivers to lists and libraries, the generic method involves using the ListTemplateId element. The problem with this method is that it adds the event receiver to all lists with a matching ListTemplateId. However, in many cases, we only want our event receivers attached to specific list instances. Here’s an explanation of how to dynamically add an event receiver to lists with specific names across an entire site and its sub sites using C#.

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Securing Your Amazon EC2 Instance

Securing Your Amazon EC2 Instance

Many individuals and organizations implement virtual machines and dedicated servers using Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2). Like any other host on the Internet, your Amazon EC2 instances can be vulnerable to attack if you don’t take special precautions. In this article, I explain some of the most important things you should do to secure your Amazon EC2 instance.

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Get Network Path Of Mapped Drive With C#

Get Network Path Of Mapped Drive With C#

There are a number of resources out there that attempt to explain how to get the actual network path of a mapped drive letter or path. However, I found most of them to be incomplete and/or full of errors. Two potential solutions are discussed here. One uses PInvoke the other is a pure .NET method.

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Make PowerShell ISE Autoload The SharePoint Snap-In

Make PowerShell ISE Autoload The SharePoint Snap-In

The SharePoint snap-in needs to be loaded before you can execute commands against the SharePoint object model. This snap-in is automatically loaded for you by the SharePoint Management Shell. But the SharePoint management shell does not offer many of the advantages that PowerShell ISE offers (like debugging with breakpoints, etc). To get PowerShell ISE to autoload the SharePoint snap-in, follow the steps in this article.

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