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Here is a submission from a first time author who did a terrific job, just to give you a basic overview of what a beginner article might look like: Avoiding InvokeRequired[^]
Hello Peter, I would recommend (or use myself) the Math library for such formulas or pseudo-representation of algorithms (or this Big O notation). That looks a lot cleaner as compared to Segoe based text. Also, in monospace there is no super or subscript, so I won't consider using it as it won't make any sense either.
I know my technical blog been downvoted by a high voting member's level. I respect that decision. But, can whoever downvoted it, please provide some guidance on what the problem was and how I can improve it? Please give me a chance to learn for my mistake.
10-Jan-17 2:54AM -40 Author Technical Blog Downvoted Technical Blog Convert DateTime To String Format In IQueryable Query
Hi Sean Ewington, Is it possible to change name of my account to "tranthanhtu.vn". It is my blog site. Just ask for sure as I do not want to violate the rules of community and my account be disabled. It is nice if you could give me your feedback about this. Thanks,
I don't think it's a good idea. People will really scrutinize what you posted and how you posted it. If a blog entry came through that even seemed promotional of your blog and went live before you could change it, I have no doubt you would get reported and the fact that your name was your blog name would do you no favors.