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  • Blog Post: CLR eye for C# guy : On proverbial trees and custom attributes

    So... if a tree falls in the forest, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Very new and original question, eh? Do I know the answer? Does anyone? Does this have anything to do with custom attributes? You'd be surprised to know that yes, in fact it does. But fortunately - as far as attributes...
  • Blog Post: On WinForms and plumbing

    It's late. I'm very hungry. I really want to go home. In fact, I almost left 3 hours ago, except something very strange started happening with our UI bits and I didn't know why. Turns out we had a plumbing problem. And now I need to vent. Plumbing is great. In fact it's so great that you...
  • Blog Post: CLR eye for C# guy : the beginning

    So I have been thinking about C# lately. C# was born together with .Net and it is commonly thought of as a language that - having little legacy of its own - exposes most of CLR capabilities in a safe and consistent way. Sure, Managed C++ extensions let you do a bit more with IJW and such - but then...
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