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Newsletter - 15 Jul 2019

Weekly Newsletter (15 Jul 2019)
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Weekly Poll Results

Which software development methodologies do you use?

Survey period: 8 Jul 2019 to 15 Jul 2019

OptionVotes% 
Agile33528.32
Cleanroom80.68
Extreme Programming484.06
Lean443.72
Prototype726.09
Rapid Application Development1048.79
Scrum22619.10
Waterfall37131.36
Other675.66
I have no idea. I just code.44937.95
I don't code90.76
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: Which languages are you currently using?

Latest Additions

New articles added

.NET Framework

  (0 votes) by Viswanatha Swamy (updated 12 hours ago)
In this article, we will be looking at how to use SQL Server 2017 Docker image for Local Web API development.

Algorithms & Recipes

  (0 votes) by codewitch honey crisis (updated 11 hours ago)
Creating a simple parser in 3 easy lessons
  (0 votes) by codewitch honey crisis (updated 11 hours ago)
Creating a simple parser in 3 easy lessons
  (0 votes) by codewitch honey crisis (updated 7 hours ago)
Creating a simple parser in 3 easy lessons

Cryptography & Security

  (4 votes) by Clark Fieseln (updated 5 days ago)
Low rate data exchange (e.g., chat) using audio steganography, ensuring privacy, anonymity and cybersecurity

Database

  (5 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 3 days ago)
Populating DateTime range in SQL Server
  (3 votes) by Evgeniy Gribkov (updated 5 days ago)
The examples of SQL Server database documentation using both the extended properties and a third-party utility
  (2 votes) by ssdgdgdfgdgf (updated 13 hours ago)
Open source index maintenance tool for SQL Server and Azure

Exception Handling

  (1 votes) by Marc Clifton (updated 8 hours ago)
An Alice in Wonderland Trip Down the Rabbit Hole of Exception Handling

Libraries

  (5 votes) by Jeffrey T. Fritz (updated 6 days ago)
In this video, Jeff shows you two samples that demonstrate how you can work with images using these libraries.
  (0 votes) by Jeffrey T. Fritz (updated 5 days ago)
In this video, Jeff shows some samples measuring the performance of matrix multiplication operations.

Threads, Processes & IPC

  (5 votes) by Jeffrey T. Fritz (updated 4 days ago)
In this video, Jeff shows a pair of examples that use the Threading Building Blocks to make code execute faster on a multi-core processor

Uncategorised Articles

  (8 votes) by irthomasthomas (updated 2 days ago)
Augmented Intelligence Programming

Articles updated

.NET Framework

  (30 votes) by john_1726 (updated 4 days ago)
Two SignalR Demo Projects: Self-Hosted Windows Service and Broadcasting Application

C / C++ Language

  (26 votes) by Michael Chourdakis (updated yesterday)
An easy locking class for shared/exclusive mutex functions with upgrade/downgrade

C#

  (177 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated 3 days ago)
A high-performance, extensible, modular and cross-platform workflow engine.

Libraries

  (64 votes) by Cinchoo (updated 5 days ago)
Simple CSV file reader for .NET

Miscellaneous

  (13 votes) by Michael Chourdakis (updated 3 days ago)
A quick way to add UWP controls into plain Win32 apps

Office Development

  (0 votes) by Bassam Abdul-Baki (updated 5 days ago)
Extracting hyperlinks from SharePoint email notifications and displaying them in an HTML tree

New Tips and Tricks added

Database

  (6 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 4 days ago)
Finding week start and end date time from a given date time

HTML / CSS

  (5 votes) by Thiagarajan Rajendran (updated 3 days ago)
How to create a checkbox list using simple HTML and jQuery

Macros and Add-ins

  (1 votes) by Anurag Gandhi (updated yesterday)
An Excel macro that generates insert script that can be executed against database directly

Tools and IDE

  (2 votes) by Viswanatha Swamy (updated 5 days ago)
This tip imposes a quick glance at Visual Studio 2019 Enhanced Scroll Bar, including bookmarks, breakpoints, saved/unsaved changes, unused parameters, warnings, errors and find hits.

New Technical Blogs added

Code Generation

  (5 votes) by Member 14516258 (updated 6 days ago)
Hello ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the sixth part of a long series on Advent Of Code. You can find the previous part here. For this new post, we are going to solve the problem from the 6th December 2015, named "Probably a Fire Hazard".
  (3 votes) by Member 14516258 (updated 5 days ago)
Hello there ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the first part of a long series on Advent Of Code.. For this first post, we will start with the first problem from the 1st December 2015, named "Not Quite Lisp".
  (0 votes) by Member 14516258 (updated 5 days ago)
Hello ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the third part of a long series on Advent Of Code. You can find the previous part here. For this new post, we are going to solve the problem from the 5th December 2015, named "Doesn’t He Have Intern-Elves For This?".
  (0 votes) by Member 14516258 (updated 5 days ago)
Hello ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the third part of a long series on Advent Of Code. You can find the previous part here. For this new post, we are going to solve the second problem from the 4th December 2015, named "The Ideal Stocking Stuffer".
  (0 votes) by Member 14516258 (updated 5 days ago)
Hello ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the third part of a long series on Advent Of Code. You can find the previous part here. For this new post, we are going to solve the second problem from the 3rd December 2015, named "Perfectly Spherical Houses in a Vacuum".
  (0 votes) by Member 14516258 (updated 5 days ago)
Hello ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the second part of a long series on Advent Of Code. You can find the previous part here. For this new post, we are going to solve the second problem from the 2nd December 2015, named "I Was Told There Would Be No Math".



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