Playing with Generic References: Hidden features of C#

When writing generic classes, it's highly likely you've gotten to the point (at least once) where you had to write a piece of type-specific code (wether due to third party...

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Automating your wake up alarm using Tasker

Setting your wake up alarm, you have two choices. Either you let it automatically wake you at a set time and let that alarm repeat, or you can do it...

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HTPC: Getting rid of your RDP Woes

Last year, I finally decided to get a HTPC hooked up to my TV set (running Windows 8.1). While it has been a major improvement on my TV experience, it...

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Snapshot

When working with a mutable instance, it's often useful to keep a certain state of that object. This issue is usually solved by implementing IClonable or using Serialization (followed by...

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WPF: A Model First Approach

The usual approach, when building a WPF application, even when using a ViewModel, fact remains that the views are rather tightly coupled by the model you're using.

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