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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 Gordon W Beeming
Paste special feature in Visual Studio 2012
by Sacha Barber
I am working on a 3D article in WPF, and I wanted to use an ImageBrush but was having some issues with it, so I decided to split this out into a small test app.I had the following setupAnd I simply wanted to test this out by creating an ImageBrush that I could use to [...]

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by Wayne Ye
Under some scenarios we need impersonate another Windows account and do some work under that user’s session, for example: An enterprise ASP.NET web application provides server administrators’ ability to access the server under some specific privilege set; Server admin input their NT account informat
by Karl Shifflett
Back when I was using Visual Studio 2010 a few weeks ago I had a cool macro that would allow me to select a view and viewmodel file in the Solution Explorer, run the macro and then the viewmodel would be nested nicely under the view as pictured above. Well… Beginning with Visual Studio 2012 […
by Kevin Mack
I'm a huge mystery buff.  Plain and simple, I love them all.  I read mystery novels, watch police procedural, you name it.  There's something truly awesome about figuring out and solving some puzzle that no one else could solve.It's surprising how many people I know who work in software development
by Gabor Fekete
CodeProject This is a short post about using std::unique_ptr with malloc() and free(). Although, it can be used with other resource management functions too (files, sockets, etc.). Often, when working with legacy C and C++ code, we see usages of malloc() and free(). Just like new and delete, explici


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