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28 Jul 2014
Ehsan.MA
How to use BriefFiniteElement.NET to analyse solids and structures
28 Jul 2014
Kapil Khadgi
Implementing Bundling and Minification in a manageable way
28 Jul 2014
morzel
Read the first part of the article if you haven’t done so already. Part 1 has a brief overview of what GC is and how it performs its magic. It contains a test of GC performance with regards to large array of bytes. You can also find there a detailed information about my test environment&hellip
28 Jul 2014
hgbecker
Animated IOS like On/Off switch.
28 Jul 2014
Bernardo Castilho
A component that makes it easy to use Entity Framework in WinForms projects, including design-time binding support.
28 Jul 2014
Sandeep Singh Shekhawat
This article will provide answers to the following questions relevant to relationships in Entity Framework: whether or not to create a database, how to add / remove a field from an existing table, how to avoid data loss and how to get a database script that has the changes.
28 Jul 2014
Frank T. Clark
A C# .NET 3.5 (Win7) Windows Forms Application with source code
28 Jul 2014
Bryan Croteau
A technique for generating ViewModel objects dynamically, with foreign key-like references.
C#
28 Jul 2014
Bryan Croteau
A technique for generating ViewModel objects dynamically.
28 Jul 2014
Mihai MOGA
Learn the basics of Microsoft CryptoAPI Library
28 Jul 2014
Adalat Khan
Anonymous methods and lambda expressions in .NET
27 Jul 2014
Rakesh Waghulde
This will show the simple and useful way to implement Banker's algorithm in managing & scheduling projects,their resources & to give effective solution.
27 Jul 2014
MarkPearlCoZa
Great book!I have been learning Vim for just over a year now. It’s hard - hellishly hard - especially for my Windows based brain. Yet as much as it is hard, it is addictive to learn. In the last year I have read numerous blog posts, watched countless tutorial videos, played a number of online Vim ga
27 Jul 2014
MarkPearlCoZa
For the last few years I have been an advocate of SOLID principles and trying to keep classes to a level where they have a single responsibility. In learning how to apply the Single Responsibility Principle I have found my classes have become small, focussed and reusable. The better I apply this pri
27 Jul 2014
MarkPearlCoZa
Making it intentionalRecently we started a mentoring programme - nothing rigid or too formal, but intentional. In essence each person in the company has picked someone else in the company as a formal mentor and they have committed to meet at regular intervals. Formal developer mentoring is new to u
27 Jul 2014
MarkPearlCoZa
I have read many software development books, but there are only a handful that had such an impact on my life that they fundamentally made me look at software development differently. Today I have to add Kent Beck’s Extreme Programming Explained 2nd Edition to that elite group.The physical book looks
27 Jul 2014
MarkPearlCoZa
The Art of UNIX Programming is another one for the bookshelf. It is jam-packed with insights into the philosophy, mindset and approach a Unix developer has when tackling software design the Unix way. While I have been involved with software development for a number of years, nearly all the systems I
27 Jul 2014
CdnSecurityEngineer
Intro & Reasoning We’ve all heard of, considered and know what a Design Pattern in software is. Or do we? Software design patterns were really made famous in 1994 by the gang of 4. These patterns provided the bedrock of…Read more ›
27 Jul 2014
msiyer
I had to test something on FreeBSD. I was not sure how the test would turn out. Virtual machines help a lot in this regard. Virtualbox is one of the best tools available that helps in creating virtual machines. I can easily create virtual machines on Virtualbox and test to my heart’s content.

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