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Screencast TortoiseSVN Intro

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This is my first screencast uploaded on YouTube don’t know why the video quality was reduced check this out

Anyway this is just a preview see how it works if you happen to know a better way to publish the video “to get high quality, which exclude solution to host file on my own server :)” and where still open for me to embed the file in my blog please knock me up.

Ah huh! want to try high quality video? get it here http://rapidshare.com/files/149121598/SVN.avi. To view the downloaded version you must first download and install the Techsmith Video Codec (160 K)

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Written by Chorn Sokun

September 28, 2008 at 9:35 pm

Posted in Geek, Tips & Tricks

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Subversion is not alone, do you?

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I am a big fan of Subversion (SVN) I use it mainly for checking out .NET OSS projects that I am interested in as well as to manage my day to day projects. Although Subversion is not the only file version control solution in the whole wide world but it just works so while border :( ah huh it doesn’t hurt a married man knowing pretty girls right ;) “I hope my wife do read this post, LOL”.

So a quick googling I got 2 links which buy me alot as saying said “Seeing is Believing” right? then just watch the screencasts … oh ! by the way no sheep get hurt during production lolz

Written by Chorn Sokun

September 13, 2008 at 8:59 am

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AnkhSVN 2.0 Released

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I did have some experience with AnkhSVN 1.0.2 release but it was not a good experience. One of the main reason I switch to Visual SVN at that time because 1.0.2 was too slow it enjoy eating my CPU speed/time :D. However after reading a review article from InfoQ.com I’m willing to try the AnkhSVN one more time and yeah why not if this release does perform then I can save a few bottle of beers =))

Now if you want to ride along get while it hot ! AnkhSVN’s download no matter how the result that I am going to get I do want to thanks to the AnkhSVN developers for their hard work go team go …

Written by Chorn Sokun

August 30, 2008 at 10:35 pm

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