I had to refresh my knowledge on the Visitor pattern. This is one of the good posts: http://www.remondo.net/visitor-pattern-example-csharp/ There is a lot of knowledge and examples on the Visitor pattern. I like to see clear code examples, the less theoretical the example is (think about class names for example), the better. This was the most […]
How to make Outlook to automatically resolve names of recipients? This is something that bothers me, because usually the default configuration of Outlook 2013 / Exchange does not resolve names the way I’d like. 1. Select Address Book from the standard toolbar (under Home on the ribbon). Now you have a menu on the Address […]
There are countless debates, pros and cons, posts and forums and so on on the net over the topic if git is hard and compare it versus other source controls. It’s always a clever choice not to join holy wars. Also, just telling your opinion from your viewpoint, rarely helps others. I often find myself […]
Covariance and Contravariance are something new in .net 4.0, and I see some confusion over it amongst developers. Well, sometimes, including me. This is called FAQ, but I find a good summary and starting point on the topic. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/csharpfaq/archive/2010/02/16/covariance-and-contravariance-faq.aspx If you would like a more scientific approach, see this: http://tomasp.net/blog/variance-explained.aspx/
http://haxiomic.github.io/GPU-Fluid-Experiments/html5/ Excellent. Fast with all three major browsers (in Windows). Source link is on the page. This is the first time for me to see .hx code.
In my last post, I gave links to a series of post from Raymond Chen, “The implementation of anonymous methods in C# and its consequences”. Now, again, I just list the information links to collect them into one place, I’d like to share the posts from Eric Lippert, a famous C# and compiler guy, on […]
In the last few months, I had a few times delving into delegates, anonymous methods, lambdas. Well, mostly by holding interviews. Since googling does not puts the best (and most exhausting, really) posts in the tops, I decided to list them here. Raymond Chen (The Old New Thing): The implementation of anonymous methods in C# […]