“It’s only a thought and a thought can be changed.”
– Louise Hay
When something gets you down, do you wallow in the misery? Do you let yourself feel like crud? Or do you use it as an opportunity to look for the bright side of it and grow? Both are possible outcomes and both have a place. The important thing is to learn from the incident and move ahead.
When tragedy strikes I am not suggesting you ‘poo-poo’ it off. On the contrary, you should stay in the moment and grieve, feel your emotions, process your feelings. These are all necessary. But to stop there is a problem. Take some time to examine how you can learn from this and how you may prevent it from occurring in the future.
When you turn bad into good, you will feel awesome!
One of my team member, kunal, was facing a problem while creating the setup project for v 20 using VS 2008. Even after just changing the target framework while creating the project did no help so had to search for the solution, and the solution that solved our problem is as follows,
1) Create a windows application project with target framework as v2.0
Select Target Framework
2) Create Setup and deployment project and select target framework as v2.0
Target Framework for Setup
3) Right-Click on setup project Name and select Properties, under properties select Prerequisites
4) Check .NET framework 2.0 and uncheck .NET framework 3.5
Select Framework in Prerequisite
5) Under Solution Explorer double click on Microsoft.NET framework under
Select the Framwork to change the version
6) Right-Click on .NET framework select properties and change the version to v2.0…
Change Framework Version