Blog articles tagged 'general'

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on 12/10/2016 9:39 AM
Background I’m in the privileged position of receiving more invitations to speak (at conferences, user groups and podcasts) than I can realistically agree to. I’ve decided to start applying some new criteria to how I pick which ones I go to1. However, ove[...]
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on 6/9/2016 1:10 PM
I’ve been following the progress of .NET Core with a lot of interest, and trying to make the Noda Time master branch keep up with it. The aim is that when Noda Time 2.0 eventually ships (apologies for the delays…) it will be compatible with .NET Core from[...]
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on 5/5/2015 6:44 AM
There are many, many questions on Stack Overflow about both parsing and formatting date/time values. (I use the term “date/time” to mean pretty much “any type of chronlogical information” – dates, times of day, instants in time etc.) Given how often the s[...]
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on 3/2/2015 11:47 AM
I’ve been getting a bit cross about backward compatibility recently. This post contains two examples of backward incompatibilities in .NET 4.6, and one example of broken code which isn’t being fixed due for backward compatibility reasons. Let me start off[...]
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on 2/13/2015 1:29 AM
One thing I never really thought about a great deal before was the term ‘on-line’ friends and what it might or might not mean. I mean what does that really mean? Are they just actual friends or just “on-line” friends?
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on 7/25/2014 2:41 PM
As some of you have noticed (and let me know), my old blog hosting provider recently moved off Community Server to WordPress. I figured that as all the links we being broken anyway, now would be a good time to move off msmvps.com anyway. The old posts are[...]
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on 3/17/2014 5:00 PM
After choosing to not surf the seas of Twitter, am I any less current in the world of F#, did I miss anything important that a real-time stream would of alerted me to?
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on 2/2/2014 4:00 PM
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on 2/2/2014 4:00 PM
As from today I am detaching myself from the social networking strings of Twitter.
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on 1/30/2014 4:25 PM
I was recently directed to an article on "tiny types" - an approach to static typing which introduces distinct types for the sake of code clarity, rather than to add particular behaviour to each type. As I understand it, they're like type aliases with no [...]
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