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Data Juggler Sep 10
I published my first site in Blazor today: It's a very basic brochure type website, but I love Blazor so far.
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Data Juggler 20h
Visual Studio 16.3 Preview 4 just came out. I will know shortly if there are any breaking changes over Preview 3.
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devsmood Sep 11
Am I sleeping? Have I slept at all? This is insomnia.
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Luke Malpass Sep 14
I can see making this Glucose app was a bad idea for my finger. Every unit test requires a literal drop of my blood
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Chirag Savla Sep 8
Wrote another post about dll injection technique. The code can be found on my GitHub profile
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Stratisplatform Sep 12
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Fábio Beirão Sep 16
That moment when you are exploring someone else's code and you realize they hate their colleagues...
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Alessandro Zanni Sep 13
I will face the C# exam on Monday. Exited and frightened at the same time 🤔
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ITSolution Sep 15
You have an XML file you want to transform to a different form of XML, and you want to use XML literals to simplify the transformation. Which language will you use? A. C# B. Visual Basic C. Either Ans: B. Visual Basic Visual Basic supports XML literals. .net
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C# Digest Sep 15
Weekly C# Digest Issue #276
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Aryan Ebrahimpour Sep 14
Me, when people say is just there for to get new features:
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4r4g0rn 7h
c# like javascript: int x = 10; x = x++; System.out.println(x); //output -> 10 🥴
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Claudio Bernasconi 18h
So many "what does this code do?" questions in my feed lately. I don't see them for or in general. Aren't we creative or is the language just too verbose to allow for that quizzes? 🤔
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devsmood Sep 15
You wake up, and you're nowhere. You wake up, and that's enough.
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Evil Dr. Mr. Sparkles Sep 14
Day 147: Using custom serialization, how to create your own serialization classes by using the ISerializable interface or by creating new methods that will run during serialization by using the OnSerializing and OnDeserializing attributes
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Evil Dr. Mr. Sparkles 5h
Day 150: Adding, removing and modifying items in all kinds of collections, how to create your own collections by implementing the ICollection interface and a GetEnumerator method and creating custom collections
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VRL.NZ 16h
Do C# developers have 20/20 vision?
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