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Algorithms Cheat Sheet : Graph Search by Pawan_Mishra

Note : Below mentioned source code is taken from the book “Algorithm 4th Edition” by Robert Sedgewick. These code snippets are for personal reference. For more details on these topics you can either buy the book or refer the following site : http://algs4...
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Using jsPerf for performance tuning of JavaScript Code by Pawan_Mishra

jsPerf is an online utility for evaluating the performance of your JavaScript code. You can submit multiple variations of your code and then evaluate their relative performance using jsPerf . Interesting feature about jsPerf is that it provides you the...
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Getting Started With Knockout.js by Pawan_Mishra

Client side template binding in web applications is getting popular with every passing day. More and more libraries are coming up with enhanced support for client side binding. jQuery templates is one very popular mechanism for client side template bindings...
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Benefits of Following by Pawan_Mishra

Things change pretty rapidly in technology world. New frameworks are coming up , existing ones are getting upgraded, languages are adding new features etc. And among all this, the important question for a developer like me or you is, how to keep our self...
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Inauguration Of My Laptop by Pawan_Mishra

Today I received my new laptop which is an Intel Core i5-2450M @ 2.50GHz 4 GB RAM machine . The other laptop(office provided) which I have used for past two years for programming is an Intel Core2 Duo T6570 @ 2.10GHz machine. Reason why I am talking about...
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Upcoming Courses on Coursera by Pawan_Mishra

Coursera is offering free online courses on various topics such as Network, Information, HealthCare, Computer Science, Mathematics etc. Courses are grouped under these categories and they cover a wide range of topics. I recently completed a five week...
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Understanding Thread Local Storage(TLS) in TPL by Pawan_Mishra

.Net 4.0 simplified writing parallel code by introducing the parallel variant of For/ForEach loop constructs. Most often the code that we write using Parallel.For/ForEach looks something like this : Parallel.ForEach(<some collection>,(item) =>...
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Generic Delegate Types : Func,Action and Predicate by Pawan_Mishra

C# language has observed dramatic transformation from 2.0 to 3.0 and finally with 4.0. C# 2.0 added generics , simplified delegate syntax, nullable types etc. C# 3.0 takes it a level next by adding LINQ , anonymous methods , anonymous types etc and finally...
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Understanding “Dispatcher” in WPF by Pawan_Mishra

Level : Beginner to intermediate Consider the following program MainWindow.xaml 1: < Window x:Class ="DispatcherTrial.MainWindow" 2: xmlns ="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" 3: xmlns:x ="http://schemas...
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Using IComparable<T> Interface by Pawan_Mishra

Level : Beginner to Intermediate C# language has constantly evolved over a constant period of time.Each new version introduced new features which changed the way we programmed and solved the problems. Whether it was introduction of generics in C# 2.0...
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