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This is the first in what could potentially be multiple Rocket League Tip blog posts, we’re going to start off with a simple one, be a good team. Let’s talk about HOW to be a good teammate, maybe in a future post we’ll talk about WHY, though it should be obvious.

Two of my three cycling goals were completed in the past few weeks. First, I rode Pedal The Cause 2017, the century again. I didn’t walk any this year, though I did leave out the Babler Beast loop this year. I was fighting a cold, and it was very warm, I knew if I attempted it I would struggle to finish the ride, so I cut it short and completed 93.4 miles with 4600’ of elevation gain on the route. A big thanks to everyone who helped me out this year with donations, I raised $650, bringing my lifetime PTC fundraising to $4,956.69.

I’ve been trying for months to migrate my Codeplex Projects over to GitHub, but always got stuck at this step on GitHub (trying to get credentials for CodePlex:

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I enter my Codeplex username and password, but it always comes back and asks me for the credentials again, they never work.

Well it’s been YEARS since I’ve checked anything into Codeplex, and I remembered that back in the day, I had to connect with different credentials in TFS, so how do you find those?

  • Navigate to the project in Codplex
  • Choose Source
  • Choose the “Connect” option
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  • Look at the Username field, in my case it was SND\SOMETHING_CP

Using that username and my normal CodePlex password, I was finally able to get the migration completed for one of my projects, only 21 more to go….

A list of supplies I planned to take on my Katy Trail bicycle ride, will eventually update this to show what items I actually needed and which items I shouldn't have bothered with.

Katy Trail Plan

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This is the initial plan for #KatyTrail2017, as posted on the internal ClubReady Slack before the ride. This was our plan, prior to taking off, for our route.
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