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on 2/20/2022 6:59 AM
As part of my church A/V system (At Your Service), I run a separate local web server to interact with the Zoom SDK. Initially this was because the Zoom SDK would only run in 32-bit processes and I needed a 64-bit process to handle the memory requirements [...]
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on 2/20/2022 4:49 AM
In the course of my work on our local church A/V system, I’ve spent quite a lot of time playing with Elgato Stream Decks and NDI cameras. It only occurred to me a week or so ago that it would be fun to combine them. The Stream Deck screens are remarkably [...]
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on 2/17/2022 12:45 PM
As I have mentioned before, I’ve been spending a lot of time over the last two years writing code for my local church’s A/V system. (Indeed, I’ve been giving quite a few user group talks recently about the fun I’ve had doing so.) That new A/V system is ca[...]
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on 2/5/2022 7:13 AM
.NET 6 was released in November 2021, and includes two new types which are of interest to date/time folks: DateOnly and TimeOnly. (Please don’t add comments saying you don’t like the names.) We want to support these types in Noda Time, with conversions be[...]
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on 1/29/2022 5:37 PM
At Fetch we reward you for taking pictures of store and restaurant receipts. Our app needs to read and understand crumpled, dark, smudged, warped, skewed, creased, you get the “picture” images, taken in cars, in your lap, on the way out, while walking the[...]
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on 12/31/2021 12:40 PM
Happy new year from the F# Software Foundation! Along with my personal thanks for another wonderful year, I am excited to share some new developments with all of you in the community.
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on 12/31/2021 12:40 PM
Happy new year from the F# Software Foundation! Along with my personal thanks for another wonderful year, I am excited to share some new developments with all of you in the community.
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on 12/22/2021 7:08 AM
5 years ago I showed a way to fight with "all-threads-busy" problem while writing Hopac code. The same problem exists on JVM as well. The root is in the cooperative concurrency model, which is based on thread pools, async/futures/etc. are scheduled to run[...]
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on 12/20/2021 5:41 AM
This post is part of the .Net Christmas Advent calendar organized by Dustin Morris Gorski on Twitter.Background.Net or dotNet is a developer platform from Microsoft from the noughties, inspired by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) from the 1990s. Both platfo[...]
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on 12/6/2021 12:30 PM
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