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Saturday, May 27, 2017
26 May 2017U
Jani Giannoudis
Extensive time period calculations and individual calendar periods.
26 May 2017N
Voevudko A. E., Ph.D.
Understanding, designing, generating and plotting Kronecker product based fractals and offering web-pages supporting it.
Friday, May 26, 2017
26 May 2017U
Veronica S. Zotali
This article shows how to configure IdentityServer3, when you need to authenticate and authorize usage of your WebAPI/MVC, for users stored in SQL Server.
26 May 2017N
Intel Corporation
In this article, we will talk about criteria you can use to select correct algorithms based on two real-world machine learning problems that were taken from the well-known Kaggle platform used for predictive modeling and from analytics competitions where data miners compete to produce the best model
26 May 2017N
Intel Corporation
Parallel STL is a significant step in the evolution of C++ toward parallel execution, making it easily applied to STL algorithms during code modernization and the development of new applications
26 May 2017N
Intel Corporation
Making Parallel Programming Accessible to C/C++ and Fortran Programmers―and Providing a Software Path to Exascale Computation
26 May 2017N
Intel Corporation
We’ll begin with a little history and some basics that everyone who picks up R and cares about performance ought to know.
26 May 2017U
John Trinder
Comprehensive Multi-Slider(-Range) that can add, delete and move arrows (thumbs)
C#
26 May 2017U
matt warren
Turns out that what I'd always thought of as "Compiler magic" or "Syntactic sugar" is actually known by the technical term "Lowering" and the C# compiler (a.k.a Roslyn) uses it extensively. But what is it? Well this quote from So You Want To Write Your Own Language? gives us
25 May 2017U
Ehsan Sajjad
This article is the continuation of the previous three articles regarding how Equality works in .NET, the purpose is to give developers a more clear understanding on how .NET handles equality for types.
25 May 2017U
Ehsan Sajjad
This article explains how Equals method and == operator behave differently for String class
25 May 2017U
Ehsan Sajjad
This article is in the continuation of a series of articles regarding how Equality works in .NET and it is specific to how Equality operator works for reference types.
25 May 2017N
Dave Kerr
There are occasions where you might need to have scripts or commands which wait for TCP/IP ports to open before you continue. I've come across this need again and again when working with microservices, to make my life easier I've created a little utility called wait-port which will wait
25 May 2017U
PureNsanity
Fundamental model and entity design considerations for DB applications using MV* patterns based on Martin Fowler's PEAA and DDD.
25 May 2017N
Alvin Bunk
Introduction If you are not familiar with the KnpLabs KnpPaginatorBundle and how to use it with Symfony applications, you might want to read up on it. The GitHub page does say it is a Symfony 2 bundle, however, it does work perfectly with Symfony 3. Why would you use it?
25 May 2017U
ChristianNeumanns
What is the meaning of null? How is null implemented? When should you use null in your source code, and when should you not use it? These are the questions answered in this article.
Thursday, May 25, 2017
25 May 2017U
EJocys
JavaScript class library which partly replicates Microsoft .NET Framework structure and functionality.
PHP
25 May 2017U
apphp
This tutorial describes and shows SOLID principles with examples in PHP.
25 May 2017N
IncrediBuild, Vince Power
Are you curious what exactly precompiled headers, or .pch files are and why you would use them? This article will cover this and provide an example of how to use them.
25 May 2017N
IncrediBuild, Eric Bruno
Let’s take a look at the forces you need to consider when modularizing your system.

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