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Edit and continue with 64-bit applications supported on Visual Studio 2013
Visual Studio 2013 and .NET Framework 4.5.1 Preview introduce new feature that has been asked by community for long time – edit and go when debugging 64bit applications. Support for 64bit applications is finally here. Let’s see how it works. Read more...
Using Microsoft Solver Foundation to solve linear programming tasks
One of soon-to-starts projects uses linear programming for some optimizations. As it is not very familiar topic to me I started looking for examples and tools so I am prepared better when action starts. In this posting I will show you how to solve simple...
How to make NLog create separate log per service thread
NLog on is popular logging component for .NET applications. I am using it in one project where I built multi-threaded server that is running similar threads with different configuration. As those thread are independent services I needed way how to configure...
Posted: Jan 30 2013, 07:51 AM by DigiMortal | with no comments
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List of Microsoft training kits (2012)
Some years ago I published list of Microsoft training kits for developers . Now it’s time to make a little refresh and list current training kits available. Feel free to refer additional training kits in comments. Sharepoint 2010 Developer Training Kit...
Hosting WCF service in Windows Service
When building Windows services we often need a way to communicate with them. The natural way to communicate to service is to send signals to it. But this is very limited communication. Usually we need more powerful communication mechanisms with services...
Using AutoMapper to build base class for mappers between domain classes and models
It is often good idea to isolate our domain model from consuming applications by using service layer and data transfer objects (DTO) or application specific models. Using DTO-s means that we need two-way mapping between domain classes and DTO-s. In this...
Windows 8 Metro development–are they serious?
When Windows 8 Consumer Preview came out I downloaded it same day and installed on virtual machine. Of course, I also installed new Visual Studio 11 beta on it. Then I started playing with metro applications and I am very confused and a little bit disappointed...
Posted: Mar 11 2012, 10:27 PM by DigiMortal | with 14 comment(s)
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Writing simple named pipes server in C#
I solved a little problem last night when playing with named pipes. I created named pipe that writes all output to file. Named pipe is opened for all users in machine. In this posting I will show you simple class that works as pipe server. In .NET Framework...
Posted: Feb 24 2012, 12:04 PM by DigiMortal | with 1 comment(s)
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Using Lucene.NET search engine library in .NET applications
Adding search capabilities to applications is something that users often ask. Sometimes it is not enough to have just filters on lists. Instead of going with mainstream and write complex SQL queries we can be smarter and use specialized indexing and search...
Posted: Sep 02 2011, 12:25 PM by DigiMortal | with 5 comment(s)
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Importing issues from Jira to database using C#
I am evaluating hosted Jira Studio and it likes me more and more when I’m using it. As hosted service is not in our premises and contains important information about our work I was asked to find out if there’s a way how to read data from Jira Studio and...
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