I’m getting ready to start another semester of teaching Windows Form Application programming at Buffalo State College and over the summer our installation of Visual Studio has been upgraded to 2019 (I taught using 2015 last semester). While there’s not a lot of changes, one thing that threw me off is this “remove the mark of the web” build error:
This is a bit of a techie post, but hopefully it’ll help someone. Recently a system I was working on started prompting me to “select a certificate” when viewing the site over https in Chrome (in IE, the prompt was “confirm certificate“). Despite a lot of searching for things such as “letsencrypt iis certificate error” and “iis secure certificate do not require client match” I was getting nowhere.
At the end of 2018, as I was putting together my goals and plans for 2019, I wanted to put together an accountability group both to help myself and help others. Many people talk about joining mastermind and accountability groups but most sit around waiting to be invited. Here’s how to start your own:
I’m working on a web app which must support multiple languages (lucky for me, the client requested English & Spanish but I want to be ready to easily add another in the future).
First, I did some reading on localization (l10n) vs. internationalization (i18n) and while my requirement isn’t quite “localization,” it’s close enough so that’s what I’m calling it.