Author Archives: Chris Snyder

About Chris Snyder

Owner of Common Ground Software Solutions, LLC

Windows 10 Store Won’t Start

I performed the update from Windows 7 to Windows 10 on my development computer. I did not perform the clean install and choose to preserve my existing applications and files. The reason I did this is, as will be important … Continue reading

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WordPress Redirect Loop

That was interesting. For the last several months this blog has been about useless because of the “Redirect Loop” error that would show up when a user would attempt to view a posting. For a problem that seemed like it … Continue reading

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Google Test Framework – Large Library Organization

Using the gtest framework to support the development of a library has three primary goals. First the environment should be organized and maintainable. Second the execution of the tests must be inclusive and repeatable by any developer. Finally, the organization … Continue reading

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Google Test Framework

I have started a personal project to rebuild some software libraries that to take advantage the knowledge I have gained over the years and one of the things I wanted to do this time around was incorporate a unit testing … Continue reading

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Number Converter 1.1.4 Released

I am pleased to announce the release of the Number Converter application. This is a simple utility for embedded developers to convert numbers from the integer, hexadecimal, and binary representations. There are also some other helpful binary operations and bit … Continue reading

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Initial Thoughts

Over the years I have considered and rejected the idea of publishing small articles on topics that relate to my professional life. Finally the time has arrived that I decided to take the first steps to finally realizing and implementing … Continue reading

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