Dennis "D.C." Dietrich

C#, .NET and the Curse of the Resource Fork - A Tester's Tale

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  • Blog Post: Back from Portland Code Camp

    The Portland Code Camp yesterday was a blast. In fact, it was one of the best (un)conferences I've been to so far with a wide variety of topics and I'd like to share my personal Top 3 Best of Portland Code Camp 2009 (but keep in mind that that's 3 out of 5): Patrick Cauldwell did a presentation titled...
  • Blog Post: MIX09 announced

    Don't make any plans for March 18-20 next year (or cancel the plans you've already made) since that's when MIX will happen once again in Las Vegas. The MIX09 website is already online and if you liked what we showed you this year you will love the cool new stuff that's coming up next! This posting...
  • Blog Post: Transitionals - About a little piece of Acropolis that wanted to become open source

    While Microsoft is certainly not an open source company there are some instances of code drops from, and open source projects started by teams at Microsoft that are released under licenses which comply with the definition of open source as defined by the Open Source Initiative (OSI) . One well-known...
  • Blog Post: Join the family - Become a UI Framework Tester!

    By the time I made up my mind that I really wanted to work at Microsoft I was already really excited about the .NET Framework. In combination with C# and Visual Studio it opened a whole new (and managed) world of programming to me. But after a while I wanted more. Just using these incredible technologies...
  • Blog Post: Additional information on the garbage collector and weak references

    I received some feedback on my previous post A good reason for calling GC.Collect() basically saying that I omitted certain details on the garbage collector and weak references. I won't argue that - it is certainly true. However, it wasn't my intention to fully explain either especially since they are...
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