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by Abhijit Jana
How to track an object which is Out of Scope while Debugging?
by Dave Kerr
Promises are a core feature of AngularJS - whether you understand them or not, if you use AngularJS you've almost certainly been using them for a while.In this post I'm going to explain what promises are, how they work, where they're used and finally how to use them effectively.Once we've got the co
by Paul M Watt
Coupling and Cohesion are two properties that deserve your attention when you design software. These are important because they have a direct effect on how flexible and maintainable your software will be as your software continues to e developed. Will you be able to reuse it? Will you be able to ada
by Shabbir Lathsaheb
Another useful feature of delegates is the ability to execute a method asynchronously. That is, through a delegate, you can begin invocation of a method and then return immediately while the delegate executes its method in a separate thread. Your page execution does not need to wait for that method

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by Jamie Munro
I must say, this came as a shock to me, until I looked at the results and thought about it for a minute.  Before jumping in, let me explain how and where I encountered this.  I was recently working on a project called Deja Scene – The actor to actor movie database.  The purpose of this site is to fi
by Jamie Munro
I hope this isn’t too extremely obvious, but I found that I had to take a step back and re-examine my unit tests to find this simple improvement to speed up my unit tests.When I wrote about how I’m hooked on test-driven development (TDD), the example in that post was too simple and time savings are
by Paul M Watt
I have previously written about code rot (code decay). This post is about decay in a different context. Essentially there are three sets of types in C++ that will decay, lose information. This entry will describe the concept, the circumstances, and in some cases ways to avoid type decay from occurri
by AndreTrollip
We’ve all been there. Some times in our busy lives we just simply have too many balls in the air. For business, for work, for our ever engaging personal and social lives. It’s easy to say “Well, just take one thing at a time.” But is it really that simple? Over the last few m

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