Monthly Archives: September 2009

I’ve got a good memory for transactions

The .NET transactional memory team blog has been getting a few interesting posts of late. Additionally, some of the team have produced a good paper on tracking the correspondance between pointers and the objects to which they point. There’s also an interesting Microsoft … Continue reading

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Put it together, then break it apart

Ian recently posted a question on how to make data-binding more type safe. While looking at his original solution, I realised how nice the new lambda expressions of C# are. They are typechecked, giving the programmer some safety, and can … Continue reading

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