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Thursday, March 20, 2014
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Zac Gery
The accidental standard is a pervasive issue in software development circles. As groups and products grow in size and complexity, it's common for people to use their best judgment when making decisions. This trust is a vital olive branch in team building and group dynamics. But as time marches on, a
Zachary Gardner
In my previous post, I talked about how creating order from chaos can lend itself towards innovation. It was inspired by this quote from a book I’m currently reading: “Careful planning was, indeed, the water that nourished innovation.” Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson, page 412 The patte
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Programming Tips
CodeProject So this is a question that a friend asked me in an email. I though it was worth sharing.Hey, how are you? I hope everything is going well for you. Im writing for advice or suggestions. I started taking classes for programming. I was wondering if there is anything languages I should reall
Windows Phone 7/8
Microsoft’s Managed Extensibility Framework is somewhat of an unsung hero in the .Net world in my opinion. The framework itself is insanely powerful and magical but when you combine it with other patterns and frameworks like MVVM it becomes pure sorcery. If you haven’t checked out MEFedMVVM, I sugge
Razi Syed
This is an alternative for "EntityUI Automatic UI Generator using CodeFirst Approach"
Imran Abdul Ghani
Difference between a postback and a callback in ASP.NET
Windows Communication Foundation
Implementing a simple WCF Service (GetProduct) to retrieve product information from the sample Northwind SQL server database with Entity Framework and LINQ to Entities.
Chris Maunder
Using, managing and loving your TODO list.
David Cantrell
In which a class that wraps an ADO Connection object and makes it more developer-friendly is discussed.
Don't let slow disk access bog your logger down. By using the g2log asynchronous logger you will remove the wait bottlenecks while it has the reliability of a *traditional* logging library.

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