Blog articles tagged 'c#'

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on 9/2/2011 9:53 AM
It's just occurred to me that I've forgotten to mention a few of the things I'll be up to in the near-ish future. (I've talked about next week's Progressive .NET session before.) This is just a quick rundown - follow the links for more blurb and details. [...]
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on 8/22/2011 4:06 PM
As with almost any performance work, your mileage may vary (in particular the 64-bit JIT may work differently) and you almost certainly shouldn't care. Relatively few people write production code which is worth micro-optimizing. Please don't take this pos[...]
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on 8/22/2011 2:57 PM
As with almost any performance work, your mileage may vary (in particular the 64-bit JIT may work differently) and you almost certainly shouldn't care. Relatively few people write production code which is worth micro-optimizing. Please don't take this pos[...]
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on 7/19/2011 2:26 PM
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on 7/16/2011 4:08 AM
I recently wrote an article for Developer Fusion on the changes in mindset required when moving from C# to F#. The article has proved to be more more popular than I envisaged. I think a lot of .Net developers are interested in F# but are unsure on t[...]
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on 4/16/2011 11:42 AM
So I’ve been using Fluent NHibernate for a short while now. Initially I had to overcome some minor challenges, but since I got those out of the way it’s been pretty smooth sailing. One thing that stands out, which required more tinkering and timeshare tha[...]
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on 3/21/2011 1:09 PM
Over the past month I ventured deep into the alternative side of the .NET web world. I took quite a few web frameworks for a test drive, including OpenRasta, Nancy, Kayak and ServiceStack. All of the aforementioned supports Mono, except OpenRasta, that ha[...]
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on 3/19/2011 6:07 PM
C# 4.0 allows to declare variance compatibility for delegates and interfaces. This means, for instance, that one can assign an IEnumerable<Cat> to an IEnumerable<Animal>.  The term variance compatibili[...]
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on 3/19/2011 6:07 PM
C# 4.0 allows to declare variance compatibility for delegates and interfaces. This means, for instance, that one can assign an IEnumerable<Cat> to an IEnumerable<Animal>.  The term variance compatibility, in this context, defines the kind of assignment co[...]
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on 2/24/2011 6:26 PM
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