Monthly Archives: May 2014

A nugget of information

Pro NuGet by Maarten Balliauw and Xavier Decoster I recently had to write a NuGet package at work, and was fairly impressed with how easy it is to take an assembly and push it into a local package store. Admittedly … Continue reading

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It’s certainly an oK runtime

After a slight delay, the deep dive on the K runtime was published yesterday. What’s rather cool about this is that the source code is all available on github as well as a set of starter examples and a more … Continue reading

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Hello source, meet filter

I did a lightning talk at work on the subject of IQbservable, the IObservable equivalent of IQueryable. The code I demoed was a standard chat demo from from the Rxx project. The author of this project has a great blog … Continue reading

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