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Martijn Laarman
Software Engineer . Light hearted observations, programming, travel & 🍺.
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Filip W Jun 17
hey we are adding .editorconfig support into
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Matt Warren Jun 17
This is an interesting feature request for the (.NET Core) Runtime "New IL instruction or new IL pattern to represent an invocation of a method implementation found in specific base type" working across virtual and non-virtual method calls
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Tomoko Uchida Jun 14
Maybe not well-known tips (2): you can tweak BM25 similarity parameters and observe the tuned scores on the Search tab. And also you can explore fine-grained Explanations of score calculation, if you'd like.
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Mark Harwood Jun 14
My proposal for new English plural stemming rules is up for review if that's your sort of thing:
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Omer Raviv Jun 14
Come on, . You fixed .csproj files. You did it! And you're amazing for it. Now all we want for Christmas is for you to fix .sln files too. Pretty please? Sugar on top?
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Li Haoyi Jun 14
Published my Ammonite REPL for 2.13.0! This screenshot also shows off one of my favorite, little known features of Scala 2.13: conveniently pattern matching on strings, using an efficient linear-time finite automata. No more startsWith/drop or endsWith/dropRight pairs!
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Enrico Zimuel Jun 13
Just released elasticsearch-php 7.0.0 Thanks to the community for the help!
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Russ Cam Jun 12
We've released a 7.0.0-beta1 prerelease of NEST and , the 7.0 .NET clients: Release notes:
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Martijn Laarman Jun 12
Replying to @JasonImison
Does this include magit?
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Matt Warren Jun 12
This is super useful guide "Trace .NET Core Applications on Linux with strace" (also gives you a nice idea of how/when the .NET Runtime interacts with the OS)
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Konrad Kokosa Jun 7
Please meet a new card prototype for - with the original hand-drawn picture from the herself! A quite powerful card though!
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Martijn Laarman Jun 7
Replying to @mat_mcloughlin
If your ever in Amsterdam, ping me. This place is in my neighborhood and only sells peanut butter :)
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Toni Solarin-Sodara Jun 6
Excited to announce that in collaboration with the team at Coverlet is now supported out of the box with the sdk. Using the "coverlet.collector" NuGet package, a simple: dotnet test --collect:"XPlat Code Coverage"; gets you most of the way there
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Martijn Laarman Jun 4
have you seen this GUID independent technique? Works wonders in my never seeming to get finished windows window manager (attempting to build i3 esque behavior)
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Mekka Okereke Jun 4
Replying to @mekkaokereke
I asked the Google SWE: 👨🏿: Did you know that there is literally a class in Stanford's CS curriculum, that is basically "How to pass Google's Interview?" 👨🏼: Wait... what?! Really? 👨🏿: Yep! They spend the semester practicing. Here's the course details:
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Martijn Laarman Jun 4
Replying to @nblumhardt
Live by rule 9, the best logger for libs is no logger. Rich enough returns/events/callbacks/diagnosticsources/eventsources puts the callee in a good/better spot too as well as ensuring observability of the lib. The latter 2 were less prevalent 2 years ago, maybe list explicitly?
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Nicholas Blumhardt Jun 3
Two years on, are these still the foundations of "good citizenship" for .NET libraries that need to write log events? .... Anything to add or update?
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Dmitry Ivanov Jun 4
Everybody knows that Dictionary in .NET shouldn't be used in concurrent environment without synchronization: besides inconsistency or you can get deadlock-like infinite cycle. Yet in team we were very suprised to see this "deadlock" by calling `new StackTrace()`
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JetBrains Rider Jun 4
Starting in 10 minutes! Feel free to join our free live webinar, A deep dive into the .NET client for Elasticsearch codebase, with
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Sebastian Solnica Jun 3
I released a new diagnostics tool for collecting .NET network logs: . I hope you will find it useful in your diagnostics sessions.
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