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Many of you are beginners learning your trade, or experienced developers learning a new framework, or even coding legends stuck, painfully, on something that "should just work". We all hit that point where we just need a little help.

There are two things we can all do to help us get better solutions to programming problems.

  1.  When seeking help be clear about what you're asking and include only enough code to explain the problem.
  2. When answering a problem be aware that the person you're responding to may not, themselves, fully understand the problem they are working on.

Small, obvious things, I know, but it's the small things that make such a huge difference.

To everyone who has been helping out in the discussion boards and in Quick Answers: Thank you.

cheers,
Chris Maunder

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Weekly Poll Results

What would tempt you to write an app for an App Store?

Survey period: 28 Jan 2013 to 4 Feb 2013

In this case an AppStore means one of the popular online application stores such as Apple's AppStore, Windows Store, Intel's AppUp Store etc.

OptionVotes% 
The money63157.63631 votes, 57.63%
The fame17315.80173 votes, 15.80%
The experience61456.07614 votes, 56.07%
To help provide a product you see as being needed30828.13308 votes, 28.13%
Because it looks good on your resume24722.56247 votes, 22.56%
Because it looks like fun31528.77315 votes, 28.77%
The challenge48143.93481 votes, 43.93%
Because you've been told you have to13011.87130 votes, 11.87%
Other544.9354 votes, 4.93%
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

View optional text answers (77 answers)

This week's survey: Will you be using a Blackberry device in the near future?

Most popular new articles

28 Jan 2013 - 3 Feb 2013

Latest Additions

119 articles overall. 55 new, 64 updated.

New articles added

Applications & Tools

C#

Client side scripting

Database

Design and Architecture

Internet / Network

  • Server Wizard - Ahmed Charfeddine
    A Visual C++ Project Wizard for the fast creation of high performance TCP servers in C++.

Product Showcase

Windows Presentation Foundation

Articles updated

.NET Framework

  • Dynamic Expresso - Davide Icardi
    Generate LambdaExpression or function delegate on the fly without compilation.

Ajax

Amazon Web Services

Applications & Tools

ASP.NET

ASP.NET Controls

Audio and Video

  • Versatile WebCam C# library - Predrag Tomasevic
    Easy to use C# WebCam library that's not plagued with weird DLL references or PInvoke calls

C / C++ Language

C#

CodeProject FAQs

Collections

Cryptography & Security

Desktop Gadgets

DirectX

  • D3dScenePresenter - How to present and manipulate a 3D scene using MDX - Shmuel Zang
    This article shows how we can present a 3D scene and, perform common operations (zoom, rotate, move, zoom to specific region, adjust the camera to view the whole of the scene, and pick a 3D shape on a specific region on the rendered surface) on it, using Managed DirectX.

E-commerce

General Graphics

Hardware & System

Internet / Network

Libraries

List Controls

Miscellaneous

Smart Client

Trace and Logs

Tree Controls

Windows 8 Design

Windows Communication Foundation

Windows Presentation Foundation

Windows Runtime

New Tips and Tricks added

ASP.NET

ASP.NET Controls

C / C++ Language

  • FindWhat - Roger65
    Find file or use wildcard i.e. dlg*.h, or *.*

C#

Database

Design and Architecture

HTML / CSS

Libraries

Miscellaneous

Office Development

String handling

Validation

Windows Runtime

Tips and Tricks updated

Ajax

Algorithms & Recipes

C#

Database

Files and Folders

Game Development

Office Development

String handling

New Technical Blogs added

.NET Framework

Ajax

Android

Applications & Tools

ASP.NET

ASP.NET Controls

Database

Design and Architecture

Grid & Data Controls

  • Using cascading ListBoxes to display hierarchical data in Windows 8 - BillOsuch
    When you're dealing with hierarchical data (a tree-like data format such as folders that have sub-folders that have subfolders, etc.) you have to come up with an organized way of displaying it. You could create a tree view, similar to how Windows Explorer displays folders, but I wanted to try someth

Hardware & System

Internet / Network

iPhone

Libraries

Microsoft BizTalk Server

Mobile Development

  • Touches - Ivan Krivyakov
    Some useful JavaScript code.

Other .NET Languages

Uncategorised Technical Blogs

  • Defining a service layer: the text-based adventure - Stacy Vicknair
    Applications these days have more options than ever for a user interface, and it’s only going to grow. A successful product might require native applications for mobile devices, a regular web implementation, or even a gaming console. These systems often will be centralized and data driven. The sol

Windows API

Work Issues

Technical Blogs updated

.NET Framework

ASP.NET

  • WebAPI follow-up.. what about protocol buffers? - Jeffrey T. Fritz
    A s a follow-up to my previous article about WebAPI , I received an interesting question from a friend on LinkedIn: Is there a way to emit data in Protobuf format?

  • The Truth About HttpHandlers and WebApi - Jeffrey T. Fritz
    HttpHandlers had their place, but going forward, I'm going to use WebAPI whenever I need to transmit data over HTTP to browsers or any other connected client.

Files and Folders

Reviews on Third Party Products and Tools

Site & Server Management

Windows Phone 7




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