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187 articles overall. 125 new, 62 updated.
New articles added
- F#14 : Recursion - Sacha Barber
We continue our journey into F#, and this time we will look at recursion. We have already seen this in a number of places, namely when we talked about Lists and also Pattern Matching. So some of this should be vaguely familiar to you. Simple Example Lets start with the most basic example which [
- Reminder - simple Windows Store App - Kirill__
Reminder: simple Windows Store App. In this App I try to use some specific features for Windows 8 app. As result - i got good experience and now i want to show what was done.
- KeePass Password Safe - Dominik Reichl
KeePass is a free, open-source, light-weight and easy-to-use password safe.
- Roller Coaster - Rover2341 - Mark Dickinson
Build and ride roller coasters on Windows 8. Use your Ultrabook to play the game using touch.
- XMLFoundation - Brian Aberle
XMLFoundation is the fastest approach to dealing with XML and it also delivers a simple and easy to manage pattern of software development into your application.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- Barcode 39 without images - Marco Bertschi
A short description of the Code 39 Barcode font by Matthew Welch (and how to use it)
- Installing Qt 5.2 on Mac OS X - Marco Bertschi
A brief guide on what you need to do to get the Qt Creator to compile and develop Qt Applications on Mac OS X without running into install_name_tool_failed
New Technical Blogs added
- ASP.NET Interview Questions for Beginners and Professionals - Part 1 - Imran Abdul Ghani
This ASP.NET Tutorial is an extension to my previous tutorial "Top 10 ASP.NET Interview Questions and Answers". In previous tutorial, focus was to present you with the most important and top ASP.NET Interview Questions that are normally asked during an ASP.NET developer Interview. Here in this artic
- Content is King - Zachary Gardner
One of the guiding principles in modern web design is that Content is king. Old websites are characterized by gradients, borders, and superfluous features. Modern web sites are clean, well thought out, and focus primarily on content. Content is the reason why people visit a website to begin with. In
- An Interesting List of Development Stuff (March 2014) - Rion Williams
In this St. Patrick’s day installment of an Interesting List of Development Stuff, we dive into a more .NET-centric approach (with a majority of the topics at least being in the realm of .NET) but as usual, there should be something for everyone. The Roslyn compiler continues to make waves and
- An Interesting List of Development Stuff (February 2014) - Rion Williams
In this installment of my monthly treasure trove of development stuff, we take a slightly more .NET-oriented approach by covering several ASP.NET specific topics, resources and more. But there are quite a few other things that may be applicable to just about any kind of developers (and especially th
- An Interesting List of Development Stuff (January 2014) - Rion Williams
Software development is a fascinating thing. With a scope so vast and so many languages, topics and general cool things that people are doing, it can be difficult to keep up. So I have decided to start compiling a few of the links, resources, blog posts and other projects that I find “interest
- POST JSON Data With PHP cURL wrapper class - Nikola Breznjak
PHP biceps cURL Following is the PHP cURL wrapper class which I use to make GET and POST requests. The examples are below. Disclamer: be sure that you have permission to scrape and use the content you’re after. This code is also available on GitHub at this link: https://github.com/Hitman666/P
- LINQ – Which all are the Aggregation Operators? - Arun Ramachandran India
CodeProject In the last blog post on LINQ, we have discussed about different Element Operators. You can read that article here. In this article we will go over different Aggregation Operators in LINQ. We know that every good querying language comes with Aggregation Operators and LINQ certainly provi
- F#13 : Pattern Matching - Sacha Barber
So last time we looked at Arrays, this time we will look at another core F# technique called pattern matching. Patterns are rules for transforming input data. They are used throughout the F# language to compare data with a logical structure or structures, decompose data into constituent parts, or ex
- But How Do I Learn ASP.NET? - Rion Williams
“How do I learn ASP.NET?” or “What is the best way to learn ASP.NET?” are two questions that I am frequently asked on nearly daily basis. These questions are fairly subjective and as everyone should know, there is never any “best” way to learn, but I thought I wou
- ASP.NET MVC: Keep Private Settings Out of Source Control - John Atten
ASP.NET MVC: How to keep private settings out of source control
- A SQL Cmdlet a Day 1 - derekman9707
A SQL Cmdlet a day 1
- A SQL Cmdlet a Day 2 Piping and Select - derekman9707
This post expands on the basics of SQL Server PowerShell and introduces “piping” as well as using Select in PowerShell cmdlets, the first post can be found here. Technet defines “piping” as “passing that object – unchanged – from one part of the command to another”. The definition speak
- Related documents with support of quick upload - Dmitriy Kozlov
- Principle Ubiquity - Zachary Gardner
In my post on startups, I started out with an idea of mine that needs further expanding. It is simple, but it’s impact is profound. The more ubiquitous a principle is, the more people find it to be true. Hypothetically, lets say I took a poll of random people on a random street. I asked [̷
- Pimp your app with AppAdditives - BC3Tech
Getting your Windows Phone or Windows 8 app published is only half the battle. Marketing is the other half. The folks at ExGrip have now made this insanely easy with App Additives. In this post, I’ma give you the rundown of just how easy it is to create some sweet promo materials for your app [̷
- Proactive vs Reactive - Zachary Gardner
As a consultant, I have the opportunity to work with many different kinds of people in many different settings. The people I help have all different levels of experience and skill sets. There are some stumbling blocks that I see a lot of people tripping over on a regular basis. One of the most commo
- Expectation Setting and Owning Your Mistakes - Zachary Gardner
Expectation setting and owning your mistakes
- When MVC5, SignalR and NuGet Just Won’t Get Along - Rion Williams
Sometimes things just blow up. If you have recently attempted to create a new ASP.NET MVC5 project (or any new Web Project within Visual Studio 2013) and decided that you wanted some of that sweet SignalR magic in your application, then you may have encountered the following error : An exception of
- Stopwatch vs. DateTime - Sebastian Solnica
Stopwatch vs. DateTime
- New Features in WCF 4.5 - Part 1 - Imran Abdul Ghani
Windows Communication Foundation v 4.5 released with lots of new features and we have already highlighted those features in previous WCF Tutorial. Now, we wanted to dive deeper and explore each new feature in more detail. Here in this WCF Tutorial - Part 1, we are going to discuss the following two
- Getting Started With Windows Phone Development - Madhur Kapoor
I started developing application for the Windows Phone platform a few months ago. There are a lot of things i learned along the way and i want to share all that with you through a series of blog posts. In the current post, we will focus on the basic and will develop a very simple […]
- Managing Vsix Deployments with Powershell - Dave Kerr
tl;dr – VsixTools fixes the ‘Invalid Multiple Files in VSIX’ issue on the Visual Studio Gallery and lets you set vsix version numbers with Powershell. I maintain a reasonably large project called SharpGL. This project contains two Vsix packages (Visual… Continue Reading ͛
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