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Newsletter - 17 Jun 2019

Weekly Newsletter (17 Jun 2019)
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Weekly Poll Results

How do you deal with compiler warnings?

Survey period: 17 Jun 2019 to 24 Jun 2019

If the compiler knows how to fix my syntax error why doesn't it simply fix it itself?

Use standard compiler settings and set the warning level to the highest level and fix all warnings and errors00.00
Customise analysers to suit my team’s requirements and fix all warnings and errors19.09
Fix all errors but generally ignore warnings763.64
Turn off all errors and warnings that I can00.00
Depends on the codebase and my level of enthusiasm218.18
I don't work with a compiler that generates warnings or errors19.09

This week's survey: How do you deal with compiler warnings?

Latest Additions

New articles added

.NET Framework

  (5 votes) by AntonioLeonardo (updated 3 days ago)
This API executes inferences by fuzzy logic concept on Plain Old CLR Object associating an predicate defined in .NET native object called 'Expression'.

Algorithms & Recipes

  (8 votes) by thoughts-on-cpp (updated 6 days ago)
Implementation of Root Approximation Algorithms such as Bisection, Newton, Dekker and Brent
  (1 votes) by Michael Chourdakis (updated 14 hours ago)
Create dynamic multidimensional arrays in place

Applications & Tools

  (0 votes) by Edwyn Amador (updated 20 hours ago)
Dynamic-JSON-Messges (DJM)


  (2 votes) by dmobjects (updated yesterday)
This will create a straight-forward solution to create Google Recaptca 3 HTML helper in ASP.NET MVC.


  (2 votes) by (updated 20 hours ago)
Class for wrapping the .NET "System.Data.SqlClient" commands and gives an object oriented interface for easy database querying.

Dialogs and Windows

  (7 votes) by Michael Haephrati (updated 4 days ago)
A simple and easy to use InputBox() function for any type of c++ program for Windows

Hardware & System

  (1 votes) by Chris_Meyer (updated 2 days ago)
Using Azure, teach Misty to read text extracted from an image, and then return an encoded .wav file that she can save and play.

Mobile Development

  (1 votes) by Mushtaq M A (updated 12 hours ago)
An article to use Fresh MVVM for Xamarin.Forms development


  (1 votes) by imdurgesh (updated 2 days ago)
This article explains how to use framework fortjs for nodejs & demonstrate about creating REST API.

Product Showcase

  (0 votes) by Wayne Applebaum (updated 5 days ago)
Actian Zen provides the embedded systems developer with an ACID compliant database that is capable of seamlessly networking across a wide variety of environments, speeding up development, and decreasing maintenance costs.
  (0 votes) by Ryan Peden (updated 4 days ago)
We’re going to look at how to use an embedded database – Actian Zen – to store and process data on a Raspberry Pi.
  (0 votes) by MehreenTahir (updated 3 days ago)
To demonstrate how easy it is to set up and use Actian Zen in an embedded environment, and how well programming against Zen translates between server, desktop, and embedded environments, we'll walk through a simple example using a Raspberry Pi device as the embedded system.
  (0 votes) by Carey Payette (updated 2 days ago)
In this article, our focus will be installing Actian Zen Edge Server for IoT on an ARM-based Raspberry Pi running the Windows IoT Core operating system, capturing some simple time series data, writing it to the Zen database and retrieving data from the database.

SharePoint Server

  (2 votes) by RaySukanta (updated 6 days ago)
Customizing Managed Metadata Field using SPFx

Shell and IE programming

  (4 votes) by Michael Haephrati (updated 2 days ago)
How to fetch and search your Chrome history by accessing the "history" Sqlite database
  (1 votes) by Dave Kerr (updated 6 days ago)
Everything you don't need to know about job control

Testing and QA

  (1 votes) by Kamran Bilgrami (updated 5 days ago)
In this article I will follow up on the concepts I laid out previously and demonstrate how Visual Studio can be used to troubleshoot performance related issues effectively.
  (0 votes) by Kamran Bilgrami (updated 5 days ago)
This article showcases how Visual Studio features like PerfTips, Diagnostics Hub and Performance Analyzer can help developers measure the cost of their code in a meaningful manner in the context of developing cloud-focused applications.

Uncategorised Articles

  (5 votes) by AntonioLeonardo (updated 5 days ago)
This class offers a Serialization or Deserialization of any xml sequence, using recursive algorithm concept; this feature is able to transform a xml string to XmlAnyObject object or XmlAnyObject object to xml string.
  (6 votes) by LovepreetD (updated 6 days ago)
Resume parsing is the process of converting unstructured resume data into structured format. It provides output in XML or JSON format.
  (0 votes) by AntonioLeonardo (updated 5 days ago)
This API generates a performable CAML Query String result through an instance of a POCO (Plain Old C# Object) class using native .NET System.Xml.Serialization namespace; this Api strictly follows the Query Schema of CAML documented in Microsoft docs (vide
  (0 votes) by AntonioLeonardo (updated 5 days ago)
This is a Powershell Script that change any SharePoint Farm Managed Account User Password if, for some reason, it was not possible to synchronize user changes from Active Directory, like a password expiration.

Uncategorised Technical Blogs

  (0 votes) by Benktesh Sharma (updated yesterday)
How to combine multiple git commits into a single commit in GIT using Squash

Web Services

  (0 votes) by (updated 22 hours ago)
Introduction to Distributed System Design - 4. Quantitative Analysis of Distributed Software

Articles updated

.NET Framework

  (151 votes) by Peter Vegter (updated 2 days ago)
Microsoft Media Foundation (MF) based easy-to-use library with many added features

Applications & Tools

  (25 votes) by Mihai MOGA (updated yesterday)
An alternative Windows version to the famous HyperTerminal


  (35 votes) by Shweta Lodha (updated 5 days ago)
This article will walk you through the creation of ASP.NET Core application using ASP.NET Core 2.2 from scratch, by utilizing the capabilities of package manager, EF Core, Identity API, Razor Class Library, etc.

Design and Architecture

  (3 votes) by Viral Surani (updated 6 days ago)
This article is a first article of a series called Keep It Simple. This article is about How we can create reusable component of partially common operation (method) using Strategy Design Pattern. We will see the need of Strategy Design Pattern.

Edit Controls

  (45 votes) by Jovibor (updated 4 days ago)
HEX control for MFC apps


  (0 votes) by John Bandela (updated 4 days ago)
The problem brought to light by the article is that C++11 auto interacts badly with expression templates and proxies.

Files and Folders

  (63 votes) by Uzi Granot (updated yesterday)
PDF File Analyzer is designed to read, parse, and display the internal structure of PDF files. Version 2.0 supports encrypted files.
  (8 votes) by Uzi Granot (updated 2 days ago)
CopyTree is a Backup Utility implementing Backup Rotation Scheme. It is an open source Windows Forms Application written in C#. The utility was designed to perform backup of critical folders to multiple backup folders.

Game Development

  (12 votes) by Kenneth Haugland (updated 9 hours ago)
Mathematical treatment of acoustic leaks in walls

Macros and Add-ins

  (23 votes) by Brett Rowbotham (updated 5 days ago)
Add-in for VS2005, VS2013/2015 and VS2017/2019 that provides the time taken to build a complete solution

Office Development

  (5 votes) by NewPast (updated 6 days ago)
Excel, Pure VBA Macro: Molecular Weight/Molecular Mass Calculator

Windows API

  (8 votes) by Andy De Filippo (updated yesterday)
GDI+ does not support rendering of Rich Text and this has always represented a challenge for developers. The approach described in this article offers a solution to such limitation by tapping into the power of API hooking.

New Tips and Tricks added

Algorithms & Recipes

  (2 votes) by Jim C Hansen (updated 6 days ago)
Implementations of lowpass, highpass, and bandpass nth-order Butterworth filters in C#, with design documentation.


  (1 votes) by Benktesh Sharma (updated 3 days ago)
Since .NET Core does not support OleDB, the ODBC based approach is simple and is promising for interacting with MS Access database. Tips and tricks in using MS Access DB within a .NET Core app are provided.


  (3 votes) by Slava Bulba (updated 12 hours ago)
How to run simple HTTP server on your machine

Tips and Tricks updated


  (2 votes) by Prasannakumaran Sarasijanayanan (updated 6 days ago)
Load data to temporary table, make any additional update if required, create necessary indices, finally DROP live table and RENAME temporary table to production table.

New Technical Blogs added

Uncategorised Technical Blogs

  (5 votes) by marcusts (updated 6 days ago)
A Smart Platform for a Challenging Era Most mobile device owners are passionate about their phones. They’re either a high-tech Android type or an aesthetic iPhone type. And they agree about very little when it comes to their metallic soul-mates.
  (0 votes) by Toby Steed (updated 20 hours ago)
In one of the first articles on the site, I talked about locators and how to use them. In that article, I talked about how XPath locators can be horrible to use, this article title aside, they most definitely can be horrible.

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