MVVM Gone Reactive: Creating a WPF Twitter client with ReactiveUI

In the last article you have seen an introduction to reactive extensions and how it can simplify programming, especially when you want to observe data that comes to you. As an example, you can be observing events or notifications, periodic information and so on. You have seen that you can combine different sources of information …

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When disaster strikes: the complete guide to Failover Appenders in Log4net

Log4Net is a cool, stable, fully featured, highly configurable, highly customizable and open source logging framework for .Net. One of its powerful features is that it can be used to write logs to multiple targets, by using “Appenders”. An Appender is a Log4Net component that handles log events; It receives a log event each time …

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Stop wasting time digging into complex collections in the VS Watch Window!

I’ve always hated comparing two collection during debugging… Working with Visual Studio’s Watch window is relatively easy when you’re working with small, flat collections – but understanding and finding data in complex collections with complex objects and/or thousands of items is nearly impossible! You end up staring at something like this: And then you find yourself …

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Code Generation Chronicles #1 – Using Fody to Inject KnownType attributes

Code Generation Chronicles As part of my new year resolutions, I’ve decided to put more effort in learning code generation techniques. This is the first blog post in a series exploring code generation. Although I won’t always dive into the internals, I do promise that I’ll show examples of what we can achieve with each …

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