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.NET Core 3.0 Intrinsics in Real Life - 3/3 - damageboy
As I’ve described in part 1 & part 2 of this series, I’ve recently overhauled an internal data structure we use at Work® to start using platform dependent intrinsics.
programming  development  c#  dotnet  dotnetcore  performance 
11 weeks ago by david.parrott
.NET Core 3.0 Intrinsics in Real Life - 1/3 - damageboy
I’ve recently overhauled an internal data structure we use at Work® to start using platform dependent intrinsics- the anticipated feature (for speed junkies like me, that is) which was released in preview form as part of CoreCLR 2.1: What follows is sort of a travel log of what I did and how the new CoreCLR functionality fares compared to writing C++ code, when processor intrinsics are involved.
programming  development  c#  dotnet  dotnetcore  performance 
11 weeks ago by david.parrott
ASP.NET Core (MVC) 101 | Core Skills
The very fundamentals about starting with .NET Core.
asp.net  mvc  dotnet  dotnetcore  programming  web  development  c# 
march 2018 by david.parrott
Visual Studio 2017 Extension development tutorial part 5: Highlight code in Editor - Michael's Coding Spot
In this tutorial we're going to build an extension that highlights code in Visual Studio's code editor. This includes highlighting text by changing Background color, changing Foreground color and adding border. We will use MEF and a Tagger with the 'TextMarkerTag' Tag.
c#  dotnet  programming  visualstudio  extension  tutorial 
january 2018 by david.parrott
Visual Studio 2017 Extension development tutorial, Part 4: Show a popup Window - Michael's Coding Spot
Learn to show a WPF popup dialog window from a Visual Studio extension. This is part 4 of a larger series on VS extensibility.
c#  dotnet  programming  visualstudio  extension  tutorial 
january 2018 by david.parrott
Writing IL code on Visual Studio | Gunnar Peipman - Programming Blog
How to write Intermedia Language (IL) code on Visual Studio? What tools we have and how they work? Why would one want to write IL code?
dotnet  programming  c#  il  visualstudio 
january 2018 by david.parrott
001: Home · TyrenDe/SSHServer Wiki
SSHServer - This is a tutorial on how to build a basic SSH Server in C#, but you are welcome to try following in any language.
ssh  security  programming  c#  dotnet 
october 2017 by david.parrott
Get Started with F# as a C# developer | .NET Blog
A first-hand look from the .NET engineering teams
c#  dotnet  f#  programming 
july 2017 by david.parrott
SharpLab
C#/VB/F# compiler playground (doesn't run code). Not a shark lab.
c#  compiler  dotnet  assembly  roslyn  f#  vb 
may 2017 by david.parrott
Unit Testing and Coding Best Practices for Unit Tests: A Test-Driven Perspective | Toptal
Writing unit tests can be tough, but it shouldn't be. If your tests are hard to write, you probably have problems elsewhere. Untestable code is a sign of deeper design problems. In this article, Toptal developer Sergey Kolodiy delivers a comprehensive breakdown of what makes code hard to test, and how to write better code that avoids these pitfalls with stronger unit testing.
programming  testing  unittesting  c#  dotnet  development 
may 2017 by david.parrott
Wave Engine for game developers - WAVE cross platform engine
WaveEngine is a new cross-platform mobile engine to develop games for iOS, Android, Windows Store and Windows Phone.
game  engine  c#  programming  gamedev  dotnet  development 
march 2017 by david.parrott
LiteDB :: A .NET embedded NoSQL database
An open source MongoDB-like database with zero configuration - mobile ready
nosql  database  opensource  dotnet  c#  development 
december 2016 by david.parrott
Butterworth Filters in C# - CenterSpace
Butterworth filters are desirable for their ease of implementation, good phase response, and their smooth monotonic frequency response in both the pass-band and the stop-band.
c#  dotnet  audio  programming  filter  development 
november 2016 by david.parrott
Refactoring Essentials for Visual Studio
Refactoring Essentials is the free refactoring extension for Visual Studio 2015. Get it!
visualstudio  extension  programming  c#  dotnet  refactoring  development 
november 2016 by david.parrott
CodeMaid | An open source visual studio extension to cleanup, dig through and simplify our code
An open source Visual Studio extension to cleanup and simplify C#, C++, F#, VB, PHP, PowerShell, R, JSON, XAML, XML, ASP, HTML, CSS, LESS, SCSS, JavaScript and TypeScript coding.
visualstudio  extension  programming  c#  dotnet  development 
november 2016 by david.parrott
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