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Comments by Klaus Luedenscheidt (Top 49 by date)

Klaus Luedenscheidt 3-May-16 1:02am View    
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Nice approach for older framework versions. On the current framework versions you can use the [CallerMember] attribute for this.

I personally disbeleave that such small performance improvements legitimate the effort for implementing them. There will be only rare reasons to update an ui so frequently that the user will notice a difference.

But nevertheless if i had to code for .NET 4 i would use your approach because it will make the code more readable.
Klaus Luedenscheidt 20-Jul-15 1:20am View    
Reason for my vote of 4 \n well written article. But you should write something about the implementation of your base class. And i don't see any advantage to pass delegate methods to SetProperty() instead of writing the code dirtectly in the property. The code is less readable doing it this way.
Klaus Luedenscheidt 16-Mar-15 2:05am View    
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Nice and elegant solution, but the lambda is hardly to understand. I would be much more readable if you put it in a separate method and use a conventional if statement.
Klaus Luedenscheidt 19-Jan-15 1:51am View    
Reason for my vote of 3 \n Where is the tutorial??? You just provide a demo project and some very basic points about parallel execution. No explanation of the background of the keywords (for example that the compiler implements a state machine for async / await code). So you should either change the title of your article or think about the content.

Best Regards
Klaus Luedenscheidt 4-Jan-15 23:30pm View    
Reason for my vote of 2 \n what the hell you are writing about? I nevcer heard about parcel in conjunctiion with programming. you should enhance the introduction and give more detailed description of the problem you are solving.