Monthly Archives: May 2015

Experimental new C++ operator joke

This is fucking hilarious… Raymond Chen introduced some “new C++ tadpole operators” on his blog. It’s a joke, one that I didn’t get immediately, but what makes it even funnier is that many commenters also didn’t get it. They’re upset … Continue reading

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Do NOT cache SSL certificates on the client side – How to post XML asynchronously and read the response using HttpClient in c#

I had one hell of a day yesterday. The evening before, I’d renewed the certificate on a WCF service of ours, because the old one was about to expire. After renewing it, I tested the service to confirm that I … Continue reading

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Link to: Emulating double dispatch with c#

“Link to” in the title indicates that I am writing about something that somebody else wrote, somebody a lot smarter than myself. Eric Lippert wrote a great post on emulating double dispatch in c#. Actually this is part 3 of … Continue reading

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