Monthly Archives: December 2009

posting from sfo, thats a first~

The Static Spider Web Pattern (Justin Etheredge) Understanding The Application Controller Through Object Messaging Patterns (Derick Bailey) String Format for DateTime [C#] Free EBook for Developing High Quality Applications using .NET Using RAMDisk to Speed Build Times, Steven Smith PowerShell … Continue reading

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Its Tuesday!

Cool Things to Do with Dynamics in dotNET 4 (Kevin Jones) Essential Habits Of An Effective Professional Freelancer (Rob Smith) Managers Are Not Game Designers! (Jurgen Appelo) That Rotting Design (Kirk Knoernschild) Falling Snow in Silverlight (Kirupa Chinnathambi) Three-tier .NET … Continue reading

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Monday!

When using LINQ don’t forget about deferred execution (Mark Meyerovich) The Completion of the 31 Days of Silverlight and Day #20: Adding Audio to Silverlight Events (Jeff Blankenburg) View-the-box (Rudi Grobler) Create in-memory assemblies from in-line C# code Application Single … Continue reading

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its friday!

Tab Sweep – Tech World# – Real Time 3D Augmented Reality with Silverlight (Rene Schulte) – Rene is doing some really amazing 3D stuff with Silverlight, A must-read! The Law of Unintended Consequences (Justin Etheredge) – Nice post from Justin … Continue reading

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count down to christmas

Article: 10 Features in .NET 4.0 that made Me Smile (Michael Kennedy) 5 Very Useful C# Attributes High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography: Tutorials, Tips and Stunning Examples AsyncFlow FREE MSDN Flash eBook of the best 13 technical articles of 2009 … Continue reading

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hohohoho

The Many Faces of Visual C++ (Josh Poley) Revisiting “Maintainable for whom?”, or “How to justify your crap”, Kyle Baley List of Top 50 free applications for Windows, bspcn Fiilling an array with a default value – Mikael Svenson looks … Continue reading

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not much for today :)

Learning how to refactor Use the right tool for the job (Eric Lippert) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Database Design (Ted Krueger) C# QuickSort using Continuation Passing Style (As requested by a comment) (Edmondo Pentangelo) .NET Developper … Continue reading

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