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Punit Ganshani

Articles on Performance, DSC, PowerShell

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Happy New Year! The New Year edition has 16 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • How to compute the Hash value of a file using #CSharp? (Kunal Chowdhury)
    When downloading from a remote location, many time we need to know whether the file downloaded properly or not. There are many techniques to know about it but among them, one of the approach is to check the hash value of the file. The Cryptography APIs of .NET can help you to calculate the same.
  • To base() or not to base(), that is the question (jonskeet)
    Today I’ve been reviewing the ECMA-334 C# specification, and in particular the section about class instance constructors. If a class contains no instance constructor declarations, a default instance constructor is automatically provided.
  • Performance Doesn’t Matter (Unless You Can Prove That It Does)
    The interesting thing about all of these questions is that they each have a defined, measurable answer. Almost certainly, .Any() will be faster than .Count() (for an IEnumerable, as we’ll see below). Almost certainly, in simple cases, Redis will be faster for reads than SQL Server.
  • VerbalExpressions/CSharpVerbalExpressions
    VerbalExpressions is a CSharp library that helps to construct difficult regular expressions. When first building the solution there will be external libraries that are missing since GitHub doesn’t include DLLs. The best way to get these libraries into your solution is to use NuGet.
  • Machine Learning
    Less than a year ago we decided to acquire Revolution Analytics, the leading commercial provider of software and services for R, the world’s most widely used programming language for statistical computing and predictive analytics.
  • Fixing Spaghetti: How to Work With Legacy Code
    What is Legacy Code? Legacy code is software that generates value for a business but is difficult for developers to change. The terms “code rot” and “spaghetti code” refer to legacy code that is tangled up in poor quality.
  • Gone Mobile 29: Push Notifications
    This episode covers pretty much everything there is to know about Push Notifications. From Apple’s APNS to Google’s C2DM and GCM, learn about what they are and how they work.
  • hack.summit() 2016
    You are now registered to hack.summit(). Please find your unique ticket number below. You will need it to watch the live conference. Don’t worry, we are also sending this to your e-mail right now, along with an automated reminder email 30 minutes before the event.
  • PowerShell Classes for Developers (Punit Ganshani)
    The DevOps Zone is brought to you in partnership with New Relic. Learn more about the common barriers to DevOps adoption so that you can come up with ways to win over the skeptics and kickstart DevOps.

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