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It's the last long weekend of the Summer in Canada so we're all desperately
soaking up whatever sunshine and warm air we can find before the glaciers and
polar bears move in next week. There is an eerie silence around the office. With
luck we'll be back at our desks tomorrow, sharing those sorrowful looks that
mark the ending and the beginning. with luck.
Two big competitions are still running and while one is currently a spectator
sport, the other is offering $25,000 as first prize. Please be careful as you
race to your dev machine to get your entries in.
The Ultimate Coder Challenge is up to week 4, and I'll be
posting my updates to Week 3 tomorrow. 6 devs, 6 apps in 6 weeks. And 4 of
us judges making their lives difficult. What's not to love.
The Android competition is far easier on the nerves and simply requires
you to enter your game app, be it big or small, simple or complex, serious or
frivolous. Every app that's entered has a chance at this prize.
You can't win if you don't enter. Go for it.
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27 Aug 2012 - 2 Sep 2012
82 articles overall. 20 new, 62 updated.
New articles added
- A Coder Interview With Iris Classon - The Code Project, Iris Classon
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 Iris Classon.
- Extract Images from a PDF Document - Accusoft
The PDF Format is a very popular medium for document exchange around the world. PDF files are great for saving and exchanging files across all platforms and on the internet. This whitepaper focuses on how you can use PDF Xpress to extract images from these PDF documents.
- The Case of Evil WinMain - Ladislav Nevery
Story about how two thirds of all Antivirus programs gone crazy for no obvious reason
- DeepObject: A Multi-level C# 4.0 Dynamic Object - Moises Barba
A class to create multi-level dynamic objects in C# 4.0
- Indian Number & Date Format - hprahul
A control for Indian number format, converts number to words, Hindi words, comma style and Indian date processor
- Web Search - Visual Studio Add-in , Search (Google, Yahoo, MSDN, Code Project, Stack Overflow and more...) for the selected text/item - Shemeer NS
Visual Studio Add-in , WebSearch - Multiple search options included in all text editor, reference items, error list. (Integrated search options for Visual Studio IDE)
- Nullable Types in C# - A Beginner's Tutorial - Rahul Rajat Singh
This article talks about Nullable types in C#. We will see when could we find ourselves in need for Nullable types and what should we know if we are dealing with Nullable types.
- Efficient Map Operations for Arrays in C# - Christopher Diggins
An informal survey of implementation techniques of the map higher-order function for arrays in C#.
- fastJSON - Mehdi Gholam
Smallest, fastest polymorphic JSON serializer (with Silverlight4 support)
- Token Manager - VectorX
- Access Control in Multi-Tenant Applications with Visual Guard - Novalys
As companies look for different ways to manage their IT needs, “Multi-tenant” and “SaaS” applications are becoming more and more common. However, they also pose unique challenges. We will look at security administration and user management in a multi-tenant application with Visual Guard.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Out of Memory in Visual Studio - Shweta Lodha
The "ResolveManifestFiles" task failed unexpectedly. System.OutOfMemoryException: Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Custom Widgets on iPhone/iPad - Zac Gery
The time has come for Apple to embrace the idea of custom widgets on iOS. It should be a a no-brainer but currently there are only three static widgets on iOS; they are Stock, Weather, and Share. There are no additional widgets available in iOS6 beta except for an expansion of the Share widget to
Technical Blogs updated
- CLR Versions Compatibility - Girish J Jain
Lets learn the compatibility between multiple CLR versions which exist and how can use the supportedRuntim element in an application's configuration file.
- Exception Handling in ASP.NET MVC - After2050
Learn about the HandleError filter and discuss about the different exception handling mechanisms that will fit to an MVC application.
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