Monthly Archives: February 2013

Building your c# Solution with MSBuild, the easy way

Everything in this post should be obvious to any c# developer, but sadly for whatever reason, people just don’t seem to know these things. The key to improving your knowledge, and to prevent asking stupid questions on sites like StackOverflow, … Continue reading

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Using RegionErate in Visual Studio 2012

Being a creature of habit, I have been using a Visual Studio addin called RegionErate to organize my code for several years now. It works very well up to Visual Studio 2010, which doesn’t help me since I have been … Continue reading

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When idiots have too much power

I love the idea of StackOverflow. It’s a great question and answer site, and while it’s design concept of reputation seems noble, I believe it breaks down at a certain point, because of a couple of factors… common to the … Continue reading

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Oops

After following the advice of a comment on StackOverflow and going a little overboard, my other blog has been disabled. I wanted to improve the ranking of this blog on Google, so I added a page with 10000 links to … Continue reading

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Some Extension Methods

Extension methods are, in my opinion, one of the best additions to the C# language. I’d been out of track with the various language improvements of the last few years, due to various reasons. (Playing with the language and trying … Continue reading

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Icon Files in c# – Part 2. Writing icon files

Welcome to part 2 of my c# icon file handling code. This one is about my IconFileWriter. Again, the source, for this and a whole bunch of other stuff, is here: RomyView.zip To be honest, I didn’t spend much time … Continue reading

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Icon Files in c# – Part 1. Reading icon files

I’ve written my own icon file reader and icon writer in c# (Windows Forms – it reads the icons into System.Drawing.Icon instances), and since the samples I found on it were sparse and mostly buggy, I’m sharing mine. Again, the … Continue reading

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