The search is on

Searchapalooza!!! Part 1

Dealing with large collections of data is a pretty common occurrence when debugging C# applications. As data science becomes more mainstream, this generalization is unlikely to change too much in the foreseeable future. I often find that my debugging techniques require me to hunt through a couple of thousand records in a debugger in order

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new year fireworks

5 Tips to Becoming a More Efficient, High-Performance Software Developer in the New Year

This article is originated from Michael Shpilt’s blog, Michael’s Coding Spot.  Deck the halls with boughs of holly, it’s that time of the year again! The end of the year is a perfect time to review ourselves in light of last year’s resolutions and make new ones. Instead of coming-up with new ways of chastising yourself in 2020, how about choosing to

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Null No More

There was once a computer programmer. There had been programmers before this one and there were programmers after him. In that way he wasn’t remarkable but in many, many other ways he was. Sir Tony Hoare was the creator of the Quicksort, Hoare logic and, unfortunately, the concept of null. Speaking at QCon in 2009

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