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What is up with transparent identifiers? Part one

A query expression in C# is, as you probably know, just a syntactic sugar for a bunch of method calls. For example,

from customer in customers
where customer.City == "London"
select customer.LastName
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Using a REST API to Send Email - Mail Gun

I recently started using Mail Gun to send my emails for.MSMQ Inspector

I had a bit of a hunt around as the time it took one of my hosts to send emails was quite sporadic, in the order of seconds to 20 minutes. 407 more words



Web Responsive là phong cách thiết kế website làm sao cho phù hợp trên tất cả các thiết bị, mọi độ phân giải màn hình. Ethan Marcotte đã đặt vấn đề về responsive web design trong 1 bài viết trong A list Apart vào tháng 5 năm 2010.  291 more words


SMFVSTUI (prototype) demo

VST-HOST prototype written using NAUDIO and VSTNET a couple years ago. The (IVstHost) implementation was completed in two weeks — only written to test out a MIDI parser I had written prior, as well as benchmark weather or not writing a VST host might be achievable by myself. 402 more words


PayPal IPN Payment Notification Example in C#

I must say, they learning curve for PayPal IPN integration into your web site could be a lot better. By far!

I thought I would write a post about the ins and outs. 1,152 more words


How to check if SharePoint List exists in SharePoint 2010 and 2013 (PowerShell and C#)

The following code snippets will show an example of how to use the TryGetList of the SharePoint Object Model. The TryGetList() method will either return the list object itself, or ‘null’ if nothing is found – rather than throwing an exception! 75 more words


Overcoming Functional/Imperative Impedence with StructureMap

I work on a (really) small team that does really big, complex things. We try to keep pushing the state of our technology so that we’re sure we’re using our time as efficiently as possible and also to make sure that the code we have just written isn’t obsolete in a few days. 843 more words