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Newsletter - 18 Jul 2022

Weekly Newsletter (18 Jul 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

What do you do if your internet connection goes down at work?

Survey period: 11 Jul 2022 to 18 Jul 2022

"at work" means anywhere you're working. An office, your home, the local coffee shop. Obviously multiple options apply here in various orders of desperation

Pack up and call it a day476.07
Wait a polite amount of time to see if it comes back up, If not, call it a day23330.10
Find and move to a different location or office that has internet10012.92
Hotspot off a phone. Anyone's phone19425.06
Hook into someone else's WiFi. Neighbour, competitor across the hall, coffee shop downstairs384.91
Call IT support and wait14718.99
Go on the internet and rant about it. Oh, hang on...🤦263.36
Reboot everything, even the coffee machine, to see if that'll fix it13217.05
Just keep working. I don't need the internet to get stuff done.42154.39
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: Do you code on sick days?

Latest Additions

New articles added


  (0 votes) by Jerry Cruise (updated yesterday)
For a large number of other common requirements, we need to use a computing engine to implement efficient hard traversal to meet.

Internet of Things

  (0 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 3 days ago)
Unlock the potential of this neat little IoT widget.

Programming Languages

  (7 votes) by Ivan Yakimov (updated 3 days ago)
My experience with the LiteDB database
  (6 votes) by Mark Pelf (updated 3 days ago)
Beginner’s tutorial on Service Locator Pattern with examples
  (3 votes) by Maxim Kartavenkov (updated 2 days ago)
Article describes created .NET wrapper library
  (0 votes) by Han Bo Sun (updated 3 days ago)
This tutorial will discuss how to create a rest service supports GraphQL query.

Web Development

  (0 votes) by syed shanu (updated 2 days ago)
Getting started with .NET 6.0 and Standalone Angular Template with WEB API and publishing both WEB API and Angular projects to IIS

Articles updated

Programming Languages

  (31 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 3 days ago)
Automating Scott Meyers' recommendations, cleaning up #include directives, and analyzing dependencies
  (10 votes) by (updated 6 days ago)
This article and the demo are about getting started using my Schafkopf Starter Kit project.

New Tips and Tricks added


  (0 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 15 hours ago)

General Programming

  (1 votes) by Mark Pelf (updated 2 days ago)
We explain how to debug and get more information on the generic Exception “Failed to enable constraints.”

Programming Languages

  (0 votes) by Jaume González (updated 3 days ago)
Solution using reflection to dynamically load and execute C# code in a workflow context

Tips and Tricks updated

Programming Languages

  (20 votes) by Bohdan Stupak (updated 4 days ago)
A short example of how byte[] misuse may hurt memory consumption
  (1 votes) by captnmac (updated 3 days ago)
Find the multiplicative inverse mod-256 with no division operations

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