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How to use Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy to be better Software Craftsman

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A while back I wrote an article about how to use “Art of War” to be better Software Craftsman. The idea behind the article is that every craftsman should create a personal mindset in which she is able to create great software. ...

C# slider/trackbar Control using Windows Forms

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Yet another slider/trackbar in C# ...

MVVM – Sample application with a focus in property-changed event

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A clarification of property-changed interface and where/when to be implemented in Model classes. ...

WPF Notifications for all (SignalR)

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WPF Notifications engine for your enviroments. ...

NUnit 3.7 new features overview

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Fresh baked NUnit 3.7 version has been released less than one month ago and it’s a good time to see what’s inside our favorite test framework that we can utilize in our tests. First of all, let’s emphasize the main changes and improvements from the around 70 bugfixes and new featu ...

WebOpenFileDialog

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This article presents an OpenFileDialog for the Web ...

Wind River Helix Device Cloud Application Deployment: POC Retail Vending Machine

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This article will explore a proof of concept that deploys software to vending machine gateways using the Helix Device Cloud (HDC) ...

Designing Scalable IoT Architectures

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This article will discuss both design considerations for IoT and new methods in creating a robust network using Intel® processors. ...

Updated Chrome Debugging Tools Worth Mentioning

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As a web developer, I absolutely could not live without great in-browser developer tools. I use them every day, and they can certainly make your life much easier. Typically my browser of choice is Chrome, so I thought I would take some time to introduce a few new features in ...

WinForms TextBox with suggestions drop down control (SuggestionBox)

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A simple TextBox with a drop down list of suggestions for auto completion. ...