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4 Mar 2013 - 10 Mar 2013
107 articles overall. 30 new, 77 updated.
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- Introduction to CQRS - Kanasz Robert
In this article I will describe CQRS pattern on very simple example.
- A Coder Interview With Ted Neward - CodeProject, Ted Neward
Welcome to our continuing series of CodeProject interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Ted Neward, "The Dude of Software".
- Hyper Picture Types Version 2 - Sina asefi
Hyper Picture Types is a new version of ( jpeg , jpg and tiff ) tag file and you can store new details into your pictures.
- Get a User's Full Name - jabit
Use .NET 3.5's DirectoryServices namespace to quickly and easily get at a user's full name.
- Polynomial Equation Solver - Kenneth Haugland
Solves 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th degree polynominal by explicid fomulas for real coefficients and any degree by the numerical Jenkins-Traub algorithm with real and complex coefficients.
- FirstWins Pathfinding Algorithm - O.G.I.
Pathfinding algorithm based on a direction priority
- Piracy and Unconventional Wisdom - 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.
- The State Design Pattern vs. State Machine - thomas_jaeger
How to use the State Design Pattern when compared to State Machines, Switch statements, or If statements.
- Bitmap Menu - Flaviu2
A simple way to have a bitmap menu without any bitmap resource or ownerdraw
- An Introduction to Real-Time Stock Market Data Processing - Paul A Francis
Discusses how stock market trading works, the different types of market data available, and provides a code example with sample data that processes a market data feed
- Symbol Inserter - CraigDJ
An application allowing you to enter your top ten symbols without your fingers leaving the keyboard.
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- Editing a Google Spreadsheet using PHP and CURL - Jonathan Cardy
I wanted to edit a Google spreadsheet, and in particular, change the title of a worksheet – although the same concepts would apply to any kind of spreadsheet edit. I am using PHP and since there’s no client API for this, I am building up the HTTP requests using CURL. This was a nightmare
- Testing async requests, mocking async methods with new Ivonna - Artem Smirnov
For those of you who can't wait to start testing async requests, here's the good news (and no, there are no bad news in this post): starting with the 3.1 version of Ivonna, you can test them with the same syntax as before, i.e. using either session.Get(url) or session.GetPage(url).Ho
- Ultimate Coder – Week 3: Blog posting - Pete O'Hanlon
This is a copy of the post I made on the Intel site here. For the duration of the contest, I am posting a weekly blog digest of my progress with using the Perceptual Computing items. This weeks post shows how Huda has evolved from the application that was created at the end of the first [...]
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