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This article is about the different possibilities of type conversion provided by the .NET Framework. At the end, it offers a combination of all these methods (and more) within the UniversalTypeConverter which converts nearly every type to another type. via Universal Type Converter – CodeProject.
Many people are starting to realize what an awesome tool NuGet really is. If you don’t believe me, just take a look the statistics. Looking at the NuGet ecosystem out there, I figured it might be a good idea to summarize it in a blogpost, for those who are experiencing trouble with keeping up. If [...]
My last review on DZone. At the end, I can only confirm the great value of this work, not only for the variety of tools discussed, but mainly for the super fast effectiveness of setup procedures, that give us the opportunity to make things work during the reading. If you wanna do CI in .NET, [...]
WinRT isn’t another abstraction layer; it resides directly on top of the kernel just like the Win32 API. This marks the first major break in the core of Windows since Win32 was introduced in 1993 with Windows NT. WinRT represents a new application execution environment with semantics that are very different than Win32. God save [...]
I found this definition casually, and I realized I work in El Paso, A.D. 1881. Cowboy coding is a term used to describe software development where programmers have autonomy over the development process. This includes control of the project’s schedule, languages, algorithms, tools, frameworks and coding style. via Cowboy coding – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [...]