Random technical tips, thoughts and rants
1-hour documentary about IBM’s Jeopardy!-playing computer Watson
Longs for 64-bit Applications, and Other Interviewer Gems (Rob Conery)
Windows Phone 7 Tip – How to automatically sync your OneNote documents to the Cloud (Dave Isbitski)
All about UriMapping in WP7 and Passing WP7 Memory Consumption requirements with the Coding4Fun MemoryCounter tool (Windows Phone Geek)
Massive: 400 Lines of Data Access Happiness (Rob Conery)
Delegates make great container components (Mike Hadlow)
Code Contracts in .NET 4.0 & its Internals (Abhishek Sur)
How I didn’t invent the memristor
13 Infographics To Understand The Blogosphere Better
Clean Code: Four Simple Design Rules — Obligatory Read, The Holy Java
Where are the software architects of tomorrow?, codingthearchitecture.com
“Hidden” features of C#, stackoverflow.com
Large-scale Incremental Processing Using Distributed Transactions, Daniel Peng and Frank Debek
8 years at Microsoft: A tribute to my managers, Appapappa
Does your employer own your side projects?, Joel Spolsky
Engineering a Compiler, 2nd Edition is out, elsevierdirect.com … sounds like a good one
Windows Command-line Reference – now available for download
Massive: 400 Lines of Data Access Happiness – Rob Conery talks about his simple Dynamic based data access library, implemented in 400 lines of open sourced code (also available as a NuGet package). Rob discusses the key design choices made in the development of this library in this very interesting post.
How many toolbars?
How do you control for a user’s state of mind when asking for quantitative feedback?
How do you indicate progress to users in a multi-step form?
How do you conquer the challenge of designing for large screen real-estate?
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