Monthly Archives: January 2010

O.o

Learning to Write (Software) (Caleb Jenkins) Delegates and Lambda Expressions (John Oriente) Why Microsoft gets a bad name with Support and Why Microsoft gets a bad name with Support (part 2 – no you cannot escalate), Brian Johnston When To … Continue reading

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sigh…

Coding: The Collecting Parameter Pattern (Mark Needham) Context and Best Practices, bogardj Optimizing build times, Morten Lyhr An Introduction to Encog Neural Networks for C#, Jeff Heaton Developing Usable (.NET) Components FAQ :: Are all of the new concurrent collections … Continue reading

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Tuesday~

Why are unused using directives not a warning? (Eric Lippert) .NET 4.0 and System.Threading.Tasks (Justin Etheredge) Software Development Do’s and Dont’s (Mike Ceranski) XNA 3D Primer Published – Get a free copy! (Michael C. Neel) Working with the WPF VSM … Continue reading

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Its Monday

Encapsulation is the enemy of the user interface Rejecting Dependency Injection Inversion How can I sort data virtualized items in WPF? Missile Launchers with F# Attached properties Rx: Subject is Message Layer Friendly Simple 3D WPF Charting Wins Overall Best … Continue reading

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its late

WPF for the Web guy…a story of pain, despair and learning (Scott Galloway) Implementing a Parallelized Octree in F# (Ade Miller) XamlPadSample – Step 1 (Rob Relyea) Programming as a super power, Alfred Thompson ASP.NET from Scratch: Lesson 3 .Net … Continue reading

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Reading ID3/.NET4.0/LINQ2Rx/and more…

Reading ID3 Tags from MP3 Files (Kirupa Chinnathambi) .NET Framework 4.0 Poster (Prashant Khandelwal) Use .NET Built-in Methods to Save Time and Headaches LINQ to Rx: second impressions, Jon Skeet Dependency Injection Inversion Rejection – Davy Brion picks up on … Continue reading

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rain

Relationships between objects LINQ to Rx: second impressions Cool Tool Roundup The hardest part of writing the video game Monty Python’s Complete Waste of Time The Dev Behind Ribbon Hero Poor use of DI versus need for DI, bogardj Getting … Continue reading

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