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Weekly Newsletter (23 Sep 2019)
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Survey period: 16 Sep 2019 to 23 Sep 2019

OptionVotes% 
Almost always50.44
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Sometimes171.50
Occasionally272.37
Rarely24021.11
Never.73664.73
Never and I blacklist that site.1008.80

This week's survey: What's important when reading about a company's (dev related) product or service?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Android

  (1 votes) by TheOldFogie (updated 6 days ago)
App to convert an Exisiting non-Room database for Room.

APIs

  (7 votes) by Vincent Maverick Durano (updated 5 days ago)
In this post, we will take a look at how we can beautify our ASP.NET Core API responses using AutoWrapper.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

  (6 votes) by syed shanu (updated 6 days ago)
Introduction to Machine Learning and ML.NET (Machine Learning.NET)

Book Chapters

  (0 votes) by besley (updated yesterday)

Bugs & Workarounds

  (8 votes) by Jose A Pascoa (updated 2 days ago)
A small Windows Service that provides permanent monitoring against those little pesky icons that few people enjoy and love.

Database

  (4 votes) by Niemand25 (updated 4 days ago)
Designing a simple yet functional database for financial accounting application.
  (2 votes) by Shameel (updated 3 days ago)
This article describes different ways of setting up generated (computed) columns in different versions of PostgreSQL.
  (0 votes) by Igor Krupitsky (updated 2 days ago)
Tool for Migrating MS Access Queries to SQL Server. It should be used when the Access Queries are using SQL server linked tables.
  (0 votes) by Shameel (updated 18 hours ago)
Part 1 of this multi-part article series discusses Open Source considerations, history of SQL Server and PostgreSQL, choosing the right PostgreSQL version for your needs and On-Premise vs Cloud comparison..

Hardware & System

  (3 votes) by OriginalGriff (updated 5 days ago)
OK, OK. I had to set it up - Herself insisted - and I had to actually print to be sure. So I knocked up a quick box to print (just to show could).
  (3 votes) by OriginalGriff (updated 5 days ago)
I'm getting a 3D printer for Christmas! So - I need to learn to use it. That means ... a CAD package. Gulp.

HTML / CSS

  (0 votes) by Christ Kennedy (updated 2 days ago)
tools to help you dynamically edit Richtextboxes without the frustration that leads to random acts of armed terrorism at your local Wal-Mart

Internet / Network

  (3 votes) by Christ Kennedy (updated 3 days ago)
an easy way to down-load oodles of files without getting your hands dirty

Java

  (1 votes) by ArindamNayak (updated 6 days ago)
Integration test in Travis with coverage feedback for PRs

Libraries

  (1 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 18 hours ago)
Robust applications framework in C++. Includes a static analysis tool and two applications.

Product Showcase

  (0 votes) by Xiao Ling (updated 2 days ago)
In this article, we show you how to get intermediate results of Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK using Python and C code.
  (0 votes) by Holger_Schmitz (updated 5 days ago)
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use the MongoDB database to implement a simple Hangman game. The front-end of the game will be implemented using the Angular framework. For the back-end, I will be using a Node-based REST server implemented with Express.

Shell and IE programming

  (0 votes) by Shameel (updated yesterday)
Browser Selector is a WinForms app written in C# that allows you to associate different urls with different browsers.

Tools and IDE

  (0 votes) by Shun Huang (updated 2 days ago)
As a developer, we all know the importance of code documenting: Good code is not only self-explanatory but also well-documented. However, we also struggle with the difficulty to keep documents up to date, especially if we maintain the source code and its documents separately.

Uncategorised Articles

  (2 votes) by Duncan Edwards Jones (updated 3 days ago)
A library to demonstrate doing Event Sourcing as a data persistence mechanism for Azure Functions

Articles updated

Applications & Tools

  (18 votes) by Kalvin Lawrence Ernst (updated 2 hours ago)
Generate a multi-layered web app instantly, directly from a database (SQL Server). Only uses jQuery & vanilla javascript, and does NOT use JavaScript libraries/frameworks, such as AngularJS, React, Vue, etc.

ASP.NET

  (15 votes) by Shweta Lodha (updated 6 days ago)
In this article, we will see how to utilize docker for ASP.NET Core application.
  (6 votes) by Ziya Mollamahmut (updated yesterday)
Learn how to implement efficient paging with a reliable pagination control

C / C++ Language

  (73 votes) by Lakamraju Raghuram (updated yesterday)
A glance at the C++11 Standard, covering features supported in VS2010
  (14 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 9 hours ago)
How to keep a C++ program running after nasty things happen

C#

  (185 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated yesterday)
A high-performance, extensible, modular and cross-platform workflow engine. Built for automation.
  (49 votes) by Andreoli Carlo (updated 4 days ago)
Matrix digital rain, Matrix code or sometimes green rain, is the computer code featured in the Matrix movies

Desktop Gadgets

  (36 votes) by Brad Joss (updated yesterday)
Alter your clipboard contents before pasting to automate tasks

Edit Controls

  (56 votes) by Jovibor (updated 4 days ago)
HEX Control for MFC/Win32 apps

Internet / Network

  (14 votes) by pdoxtader (updated 3 days ago)
Learn how to view a remote machine's file system using your own explorer like window, and transfer files and folders by dragging and dropping in C# using the TcpComm TCP library

List Controls

  (10 votes) by Robert Gustafson (updated 6 days ago)
Extended versions of ListBox and ComboBox controls which allow images, font, and color for individual items

Programming Tips

  (29 votes) by omeecode (updated 6 days ago)
Becoming a 'Real' developer is the number 1 goal in a developer's life. But the main roadblock is impostor syndrome. This guide will help you fight impostor syndrome.

String handling

  (23 votes) by Robert van Engelen (updated 3 days ago)
Classic globbing and modern gitignore-style globbing algorithms can be fast, whereas recursive implementations are known to blow up exponentially; why some freely available source code should not be used.

Windows API

  (31 votes) by Rodrigo Cesar de Freitas Dias (updated 2 hours ago)
Introducing WinLamb, a modern C++11 object-oriented library to write native Windows programs

Windows Presentation Foundation

  (19 votes) by #realJSOP (updated 4 days ago)
Any technology suitably advanced will generally be viewed as "magic".

New Tips and Tricks added

C#

  (2 votes) by RajuBhupathi (updated 5 days ago)

Tips and Tricks updated

Azure

  (2 votes) by Quí Nguyễn NT (updated 2 hours ago)
This is a demonstration of a basic example of single page Angular application and micro-service architecture on Azure.

Cryptography & Security

  (22 votes) by Mike Meinz (updated 2 days ago)
Step-by-step instructions to create and install a Certificate Authority certificate and a signing certificate as well as a BAT file to sign a program.

Edit Controls

  (32 votes) by Robert Gustafson (updated 3 days ago)
I've created an enhanced version of the Extended RichTextBox created by Razi Syed.

New Technical Blogs added

C#

  (3 votes) by DotnetShtien (updated 6 days ago)
The lock statement was introduced in c# 2.0 to prevent multi threads access to an object at the same time.. In async programming model the goal of the locks is to limit the number of concurrent execution of a block of code to a defined number..

Code Generation

  (0 votes) by User-14483287 (updated 6 days ago)
Hello ! I’m Xavier Jouvenot and here is the eleventh 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 11th December 2015, named "Corporate Policy".

Site & Server Management

  (0 votes) by Shameel (updated yesterday)
Part 2 of this multi-part article series compares SQL Server and PostgreSQL article, database structure, language differences, data type mappings, functions and operators and other important considerations for migration..

SQL Reporting Services

  (0 votes) by Shameel (updated 22 hours ago)
Part 4 of this multi-part article series discusses Maintenance and Monitoring, High Availability, Load Balancing, and Replication and Environment Stabilization.. The post Migrating your SQL Server Workloads to PostgreSQL – Part 4 appeared first on The Developer Space..

Uncategorised Technical Blogs

  (0 votes) by Shameel (updated 22 hours ago)
This article walks you through the summary of most important new features. enhancements and breaking changes in PostgreSQL 12.. The post PostgreSQL 12: New Features and Enhancements appeared first on The Developer Space..
  (0 votes) by Shameel (updated 22 hours ago)
This article describes the new Stored Procedure feature in PostgreSQL 11.5 and shows you how it differs from Functions.. The post PostgreSQL finally gets Stored Procedures appeared first on The Developer Space..



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