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Weekly Newsletter (23 Mar 2020)
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Weekly Poll Results

Working from home this week?

Survey period: 16 Mar 2020 to 23 Mar 2020

Is your job, your school work, or your training all remote or are things still business as usual?

OptionVotes% 
Yes32535.40
Yes (but I work from home anyway)20822.66
Partially10911.87
Don't know yet586.32
No - business as usual16117.54
I don't go to work626.75

This week's survey: Working from home this week?

Latest Additions

New articles added

.NET Framework

  (1 votes) by ftwnate917 (updated 12 hours ago)
An example which is an update extending the log4net class and adding an SMTP Appender class to send alert emails for fatal errors, utilizing the log4net.config file.

Algorithms & Recipes

  (5 votes) by Kamran Saeedi (updated 6 days ago)
An idea on how to use .NET ExpressionVisitor to translate lambda expressions into classes that encapsulate data suitable for filtering data & creating a query strings

ASP.NET

  (7 votes) by HR Rony (updated 6 days ago)
This article mainly focuses on the CQRS pattern. How we can implement CQRS Pattern using the MediatR. How we can use CQRS pattern with ASP.NET MVC Core and Vue.Js.

Miscellaneous

  (3 votes) by Miroslav Fidler (updated 2 days ago)
Creating a simple utility for converting text to SVG path in U++
  (3 votes) by Christ Kennedy (updated 2 days ago)
An easy to use application that will help any one draw better than they thought they could.

Product Showcase

  (0 votes) by Xiao Ling (updated 3 days ago)
This article aims to help Java developers to integrate Java barcode SDKs into different Java applications.

Programming Tips

  (3 votes) by Ray Porter (updated 6 days ago)
Make true native executable (no framework required) from .NET Core 3.1 project (factorial calculation project example) with the CoreRT library
  (2 votes) by Rune Rafn (updated 4 days ago)
Using Python recursion and backtracking for resolving Sudoku
  (1 votes) by Marcell Lipp (updated 2 days ago)
Interactive rebase tool in GIT

Articles updated

Algorithms & Recipes

  (54 votes) by Alex Rakov, Alexandre Bencz (updated yesterday)
ELENA is a general-purpose, object-oriented, polymorphic language with late binding

APIs

  (22 votes) by Michael Gledhill (updated yesterday)
A cheatsheet for getting your Web APIs up and running as quickly and painlessly as possible

Audio and Video

  (17 votes) by Maxim Dobroselsky (updated 14 hours ago)
Overview of how to use the DryWetMIDI library for high-level managing of a MIDI file data
  (4 votes) by Maxim Dobroselsky (updated 14 hours ago)
Console application to quantize notes of a MIDI file
  (4 votes) by Maxim Dobroselsky (updated 14 hours ago)
Overview of how to send, receive, play back and record MIDI data with DryWetMIDI

C / C++ Language

  (5 votes) by David Lafreniere (updated 3 days ago)
Invoke remote functions over any communication medium using a C++ delegate library

C#

  (195 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated yesterday)
A high-performance, extensible, modular and cross-platform workflow engine. Built for automation and optimized for SaaS integration, Wexflow runs on Windows, Linux, macOS and the cloud.

Client side scripting

  (6 votes) by Valerii Tereshchenko (updated 3 days ago)
Comparison of different ways of handling side effects in React

Cross Platform

  (11 votes) by Stephane Capo (updated 3 days ago)
A multi purpose, cross-platform, free and Open Source C++ framework
  (5 votes) by Stephane Capo (updated 3 days ago)
Kigs framework is a multi purpose, cross-platform, free and open source C++ framework. This article will focus on the main base class of the framework: the CoreModifiable class.
  (4 votes) by Stephane Capo (updated 3 days ago)
A multi purpose, cross-platform, free and Open Source C++ framework. This article will focus on CoreModifiable methods.
  (3 votes) by Stephane Capo (updated 3 days ago)
A multi-purpose, cross-platform, free and Open Source C++ framework. This article will focus on CoreModifiable attributes.
  (1 votes) by Stephane Capo (updated 3 days ago)
A multi purpose, cross-platform, free and Open Source C++ framework. This article will focus on CoreItem.
  (1 votes) by Stephane Capo (updated 3 days ago)
A multi purpose, cross-platform, free and Open Source C++ framework. This article will focus on Signal/Slot and Notification mechanisms.

Libraries

  (69 votes) by Cinchoo (updated 13 hours ago)
Simple CSV file reader for .NET

PHP

  (4 votes) by Foma Tuturov (updated yesterday)
MVC Framework

Tools and IDE

  (10 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 5 hours ago)
Slice sections out of a MIDI file, and stretch or compress playback time using this simple utility. Or use the Midi Library to build your own MIDI apps

New Tips and Tricks added

.NET Framework

  (4 votes) by Russell Mangel (updated 6 days ago)
Small SNMP UDP client for C#
  (3 votes) by Bohdan Stupak (updated 5 days ago)
How to perform distributed lock between multiple instances of a microservice with Redlock.Net

Algorithms & Recipes

  (1 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 3 days ago)
BinaryReader and BinaryWriter can be used to parse or write binary files more easily and in a portable manner

Android

  (1 votes) by Coding Notes (updated 6 days ago)
How to use VideoView and MediaController in Kotlin

Programming Tips

  (7 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 3 days ago)
Learn how to use a powerful programming technique for multitasking in your projects
  (10 votes) by Bernhard Hiller (updated 4 days ago)
A short utility class implementing a timeout for functions

Tips and Tricks updated

.NET Framework

  (14 votes) by RickZeeland (updated 3 days ago)
Version all your .NET Core projects in one swoop fell!

New Technical Blogs added

Universal Windows Platform and Windows Runtime

  (0 votes) by OwenDavies (updated 17 hours ago)
A quick look at what is Chocolatey and how to install it

Blogs updated

Best Practices

  (8 votes) by Nikola M. Živković (updated 3 days ago)
Pomodoro is a technique in which you work for twenty-five minutes (which is considered one Pomodoro), after which you take a five-minute break. After four Pomodoros, you take a fifteen-minute break.



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