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Newsletter - 08 Jun 2020

Weekly Newsletter (8 Jun 2020)
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Weekly Poll Results

How do you prefer to evaluate a product?

Survey period: 1 Jun 2020 to 8 Jun 2020

Not that we're suggesting the marketing hype isn't worthy of your consideration or anything...

Cut to the chase: A video or animation that shows me what it does.29939.55
A guided walkthrough of the product showing me features on the way29338.76
Give me the full docs so I can dig in at my own pace and depth32142.46
Let me do a lab with a sandbox system where I can try things out for myself30740.61
Just give me a login or download and let me loose33744.58
I prefer just to read what others have said about the product23531.08
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: An author writes a series of articles. How should they publish the articles?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Algorithms & Recipes

  (2 votes) by Marijan Nikic (updated 4 days ago)
An algorithm based on geometric transformations to draw a simple fractal tree

Applications & Tools

  (1 votes) by Joydip Kanjilal (updated 5 days ago)
Building an ASP.NET Core Web API application using Entity Developer

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

  (2 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 3 days ago)
In this article, we'll set up everything we need to build a hardhat detector with OpenCV.
  (0 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this article, we create an object detection model.


  (0 votes) by Duncan Edwards Jones (updated 8 hours ago)
How your microservice or function app can tell others when it does something

Dialogs and Windows

  (8 votes) by Michael Chourdakis (updated 5 days ago)
C++, Direct2D, one function and you got a nice picker

Hardware & System

  (3 votes) by g96b10 (updated 5 days ago)
Musings, tips, and lessons learned from developing a physical device, serverless back-end, and Android app

Internet / Network

  (0 votes) by Daan Acohen (updated 5 days ago)
A description of how you can let the HttpClient client do exactly what you want and test for that with xUnit


  (3 votes) by KimJohnson (updated 6 days ago)
.NET Redis container and strongly typed data objects
  (0 votes) by Cinchoo (updated 3 days ago)
Simple Parquet reader for .NET

Reviews on Third Party Products and Tools

  (17 votes) by Levie Rufenacht (updated 5 days ago)
Wisej brings a familiar desktop development experience to the web without losing any of its benefits.

Site & Server Management

  (2 votes) by Akshay Srinivasan2 (updated 4 days ago)
Step by step process to deploy Blazor Server-side app to an existing installation of Linux Distro Ubuntu

Articles updated

Algorithms & Recipes

  (56 votes) by Alex Rakov, Alexandre Bencz (updated 6 days ago)
ELENA is a general-purpose, object-oriented, polymorphic language with late binding


  (15 votes) by Vincent Maverick Durano (updated 3 days ago)
This article will talk about how to implement a custom wrapper for your ASP.NET Core and Web API applications for managing exceptions, providing meaningful and consistent responses to consumers.

Boards / Embedded devices

  (6 votes) by Mark H Bishop (updated 22 hours ago)
Build a motion-triggered cam with room illumination, off-site storage of captured movies, and secure remote administration... all with simple bash scripts. Great for off-site monitoring and wildlife cams.

C / C++ Language

  (10 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 5 days ago)
Automating Scott Meyers' recommendations and cleaning up #include directives
  (3 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 16 hours ago)
Automating help, validating user input, running scripts...

Internet / Network

  (28 votes) by Mehdi Gholam (updated 3 days ago)
I tried out many other RSS readers like RSSOwl (which is also unsupported) but none of them felt right, so I decided to write my own.


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

Programming Tips

  (9 votes) by Vincent Maverick Durano (updated 3 days ago)
This article outlines some tips on finding solutions to your programming problems, how to properly use the community forums and how to contribute as an answerer to the forums.

Threads, Processes & IPC

  (20 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 3 days ago)
Cleaving the Gordian knot of thread safety

Tools and IDE

  (21 votes) by Alaa Ben Fatma (updated yesterday)
A visual scripting environment for R & data science.

New Tips and Tricks added

Algorithms & Recipes

  (0 votes) by daubrecq (updated 3 days ago)
How to add elements to a queue in Python


  (1 votes) by Anish_Ravindran (updated 17 hours ago)
Quick basic reference to migrate Web API projects to .NET Core 3.1


  (3 votes) by rohitsies (updated 6 days ago)
Helps migrate your Microsoft Access database to Excel
  (0 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 2 days ago)
Use same EDMX file with different Oracle database schemas

Exception Handling

  (2 votes) by .Net Core Developer (updated 5 days ago)
This post will help you to Create, View & Delete your own Event "Source" using PowerShell.

Hardware & System

  (0 votes) by Kamal Mahendra Sirisena (updated yesterday)
Online Anonymity for Penetration Testing

New Technical Blogs added


  (1 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated 6 days ago)
This is the story of the letters in the date of Google Calendar.


  (0 votes) by Kevin Mack (updated 2 days ago)
How to use the new Azure AD provider in Terraform


  (5 votes) by Kevin Mack (updated 5 days ago)
Few ideas for strengthening micro-services architectures

Google Cloud Platform

  (0 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated 6 days ago)
How to review changes to notes in Google docs by sending them to mailbox

Grid & Data Controls

  (1 votes) by morzel (updated 2 days ago)
Safer binding due to TypeScript's keyof operator


  (16 votes) by Jeremy Likness (updated 4 days ago)
A primer on using LINQ to wring strongly typed queries directly in code
  (6 votes) by gmtzgtz (updated 6 days ago)
How to write a LINQ statement with multiple joins

Testing and QA

  (0 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated 6 days ago)

Web Security

  (3 votes) by Lee P Richardson (updated 6 days ago)
This post is the story of how to generate an unauthenticated client.

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