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Are you a Code Hoarder?
Survey period: 24 Jun 2013 to 1 Jul 2013
Do you have difficulty getting rid of unused or obsolete code? (Suggested by Andreas Gieriet)
|inactive code can be useful in the future, so I comment it out instead of removing||462||40.53|
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73 articles overall. 25 new, 48 updated.
New articles added
- Colorspaces and Conversions - Johannes B.
A library for colorspaces and colorconversions with taking account of reference whites and different RGB colorspaces.
- A Coder Interview with Michael White - CodeProject
Welcome to our continuing series of Code Project interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Michael White, a Systems Engineer at Visa.
- PHP A to Z - Gazmend Jakupi
Tutorial for developing in PHP
- XML Data to JSON - Pål Thingbø
How to get SQL Server XML data to JSON objects in your browser via webservice
- Verify - Jacob F. W.
A Practical Alternative to Assert in C++
New Tips and Tricks added
- MediaPlayer in WPF - josh-jw
This tip will give you a better idea about creating custom media player in WPF. This tip is based on http://articlesforprogramming.blogspot.in/2013/06/create-media-player-in-wpf.html blog.
Tips and Tricks updated
- Video Brush in WPF - josh-jw
This tip explains how to use video brush and visual property as a media element.
New Technical Blogs added
- Writing Games With Unity 3D, Part 3 – Mobile! - Keyhole Software
Part 3 of this blog series is going to be a fun one because we’re going beyond PC/Mac and beginning to support iOS and Android! Unity 4 made this possible by altering the basic version of the license for these platforms to be free (THANK YOU!). I learned a lot through this process and wanted [
- TF400324: Team Foundation services are not available from server… - Gordon W Beeming
Categories: Team Foundation ServerTags: #TFS, TF400324, TFS-Error-CodesFull Error TF400324: Team Foundation services are not available from server . Technical information (for administrator): Page not found. Problem This error could occur if you have moved a collection from one server to another a
- TF237165: Team Foundation could not update the work item because… - Gordon W Beeming
Categories: Team Foundation ServerTags: #TFS, Solution, TF237165Full Error Message TF237165: Team Foundation could not update the work item because of a validation error on the server. This may happen because the work item type has been modified or destroyed, or you do not have permission to update
Technical Blogs updated
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