17. December 2015 18:02
At this point application logging is pretty trivial as there are tons of logging libraries available for use. However, logging of performance timing is a bit ambiguous. There are many ways to do it, and one of the most common is to use the System.Diagnostics.Stopwatch class. Rather, than just embed the Stopwatch class code within and mixed with your application code; in this post I'll cover a more graceful approach to using a simple class along with the C# using keyword. If you're... [More]
This is something I've thought about from time to time the last few years. It's also something that just keeps getting more and more exciting; amazing if you will! The "Maker culture" has been around for some time, but we're currently in a renaissance of sorts. It's really never been easier for DIY'ers / Makers to to take off-the-shelf components and make some amazing projects that just weren't affordable to do just 10 or 20 years ago.
The maker space that stand out the most to me are the variou... [More]
The old Windows Live Writer application for authoring blog posts in a “Word-style” fashion was a really good blog authoring application. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been maintained by Microsoft in a long time and is closed sourced. Thankfully, there’s been a movement to finally get Windows Live Writer released as Open Source. Thanks to Scott Hanselman and MANY others, the all new Open Live Writer has now been released! Download it here: http://openlivewriter.org The new Open Live Writer is license... [More]