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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
23 Jul 2014N
Mladen Janković
Another implementation of Commodore 64 emulator written in C#
23 Jul 2014U
Ryan Seghers
This article presents a from-scratch implementation of cubic spline interpolation in C#.
23 Jul 2014U
martin_bisson
How to use OpenCL with OpenGL to implement algorithms on GPU.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Ever wished you could truly embed SQL functionality in your C# code without using strings or late binding? Imagine being able to write complex Where clauses purely in C#.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Remotely controlling a PC to turn it on and off from software control on another PC.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Build your own OS in Visual Studio and C#.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Logical layers within n-tier systems should be designed to interact and be influenced by neighboring layers only. This restriction is often violated which is detrimental to the system. In this article I will discuss why this is common, the consequences, and why we should focus on layer isolationism.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Over the years we have moved from desktop, to client server, to 3-tier, to n-tier, to service orientation. In the process though many things have changed, but many habits have remained. This article discusses what we are doing wrong, and the possible solutions.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
As software developers, piracy is something that affects us all. You might not see it directly if you work for a large company but you still have an interest in who is using your company's software. If you work for a small company or are a solo developer, piracy hits a lot closer to home.
23 Jul 2014U
hgbecker
iPhone selection rotator as Winform .Net control
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
What if objects could move from machine to machine? Not just automated downloads, or remotely controlling objects as in remoting, but a system in which the object actually moves about. Mobile software agents do exactly that. In this article I will provide an introduction to this fascinating concept.
23 Jul 2014N
donn-felker
Crashlytics is a free service offered by Twitter that collects your crashes and various other bits of information.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Delivering software globally goes far beyond simply localizing. This article covers cultures, graphics, text spacing and more.
23 Jul 2014U
David Jeske
A simple open-source scene manager, and WavefrontOBJ file loader in C# and OpenGL.
23 Jul 2014U
Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu
Bar code scanner integration with WPF or WinForms.
23 Jul 2014U
Sandeep Singh Shekhawat
This article introduces the Repository pattern in an MVC application.
23 Jul 2014N
msiyer
This is a work-in-progress… It all started when I found my backup plan lacking in all ways imaginable. To be really honest, I never had one. This is not because I am digitally retarded or lazy (this is debatable) or lack resources. I did not have much to back up. Yes, in this age where [&#8230
C#
23 Jul 2014U
John Underhill (Steppenwolfe)
CSRG random generator in C# and the NIST STS Library (Huge update!)
23 Jul 2014U
eddy556
How unicode can lead to eye-catching symbols
23 Jul 2014U
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