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Newsletter - 22 Aug 2022

Weekly Newsletter (22 Aug 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

Do you expect users to read the instructions when using your apps?

Survey period: 15 Aug 2022 to 22 Aug 2022

OptionVotes% 
Yes. If they don't read the docs they will have no chance of using the software92.11
Yes, because they know our docs will help them be more productive102.34
Yes, eventually, when they get stuck trying to do something tricky8319.44
Probably, at least when first starting4911.48
Probably not13732.08
No. I never believe anyone actually reads our docs9923.19
No, because we don't provide docs. Our software is intuitive enough235.39
I don't write user-facing code173.98

This week's survey: How old is your newest graphics card?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Desktop Programming

  (4 votes) by Bruno van Dooren (updated 5 days ago)
This article describes how to use Windows transactions to recursively delete a registry tree under a registry subkey and then the subkey itself.

DevOps

  (2 votes) by Mark Pelf (updated 6 days ago)
How to create a single Git repository that contains multiple VS solutions
  (0 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 6 days ago)
How to delete all rows in EF Core 6 using alternate options

Programming Languages

  (2 votes) by MSBassSinger (updated 1 hour ago)
Description of a simple, versatile, and scalable logger.

Web Development

  (13 votes) by Jon Hilton (updated 6 days ago)
In this article, we get up to speed with Wisej.NET and explore how it addresses the specific challenges of building Line-of-Business, Enterprise Web Applications.

Articles updated

Desktop Programming

  (44 votes) by steveb (updated yesterday)
An application that stores and manages useful code snippets and keeps them always handy.
  (10 votes) by Ștefan-Mihai MOGA (updated 15 hours ago)
An alternative Windows version to the famous Total Commander!

General Programming

  (16 votes) by Patrice T (updated yesterday)
Using a large list of primes with Trial Division algorithm and how to handle the list
  (12 votes) by Patrice T (updated 2 days ago)
How to use bitwise operations on Bitfields as primitive SIMD

Web Development

  (5 votes) by Fred Song (Melbourne) (updated 3 days ago)
Use React and hardhat typescript to build a NFT contract web3 application from scratch

New Tips and Tricks added

General Programming

  (0 votes) by Brian C Hart (updated yesterday)
Example of how to use the caret (^) in Regexes that have specific matching requirements

Programming Languages

  (8 votes) by Iulia Pitutiu (updated 5 days ago)
This document describes how you can benefit from using Azure files in your .NET web application.

Tips and Tricks updated

Programming Languages

  (17 votes) by Bohdan Stupak (updated 5 days ago)
"Method can be static" Microsoft Code Analysis warning may hide a violation of object-oriented design



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