Monthly Archives: October 2014

If you use R# to code generate, make sure to regenerate if things change

At work the other day when I was looking through a pull request. I noticed what looked like a very strange equality method on a C# struct, shown here as if it were named Foo. public override bool Equals(object obj) … Continue reading

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TPL Dataflow still has its uses

TPL Dataflow by Example: Dataflow and Reactive programming in .NET by Matt Carkci We’ve been doing some coding at work on a distributed system which does some processing that seems to match the streaming approach of the dataflow library. There … Continue reading

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Some interesting bits and pieces

This series which implements a simplified browser is really interesting. I’ve tried to find my way around the HTML and CSS specifications in the past, and they are a fairly dry read, whilst seeing code and hence being able to … Continue reading

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