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Easy RabbitMQ Messaging with EasyNetQ

This article is about EasyNetQ, a library for using RabbitMQ with .NET. At the time of writing this article, EasyNetQ is still prerelease software. Despite that, several people have been using it in production environments for a while. If you use it in production, it’s at your own risk. Last August I wrote “Getting Started with RabbitMQ with .NET“. This ...

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Articles regarding ReactJs, ASP.NET, IoT, ReSharper and Xaml

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update! In today’s edition, there are 13 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world. Working with React and TypeScript Let’s get started! Download an install Node.js from https://nodejs.org. Open Source Software from Microsoft for Academics (Safe TypeScript Compiler) Always open. Often cross platform. Try it. Open source is a ...

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Calculating the Checksum of a fix Message

The FIX (Financial Information Exchange) Protocol is an industry standard used by financial institutions to… guess what… exchange financial information. A FIX message is simply a sequence of key-value pairs, each followed by a SOH (ASCII value 1) character. Since SOH is a non-printable character, FIX messages are often illustrated using another character, such as a pipe. The following is an example ...

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C#: Lazy is not constrained to static contexts, instance field initializers are: via Stack Overflow

Lazy<T> is not constrained to static contexts. Instance field initialisers cannot use instance references (but can use static references) as they run outside of the constructor.Though there are arguments for instance field initializers too., I think this is a good reason to initialize fields inside the constructor: there you do have access to instance references (but should not call virtual ...

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Production Postmortem: The case of the slow index rebuild

A customer called to complain that the indexing times that they were seeing on an index rebuild were very high, and that caused them issues. The customer was kind enough to actually provide us with a duplicate machine of their system, including duplicate data, which made the whole process so much easier. Unlike most scenarios, where we have to poke ...

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Recording available – Highly Available & Scalable Solutions with RavenDB

In this session, Oren explored how RavenDB deals with scaling under load and remain highly available even under failure conditions. Showed how RavenDB’s data-driven sharding allows to increase the amount of the data in our cluster without giving up the benefits of data locality and work with complex distributed map-reduce queries on a sharded cluster, giving you lightning-fast responses over ...

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Preview of new PBI Edit Dialog

Microsoft shows a new design preview for the Product Backlog Item edit dialog. As usual, Microsoft releases this in Visual Studio Online before it arrives in the on-premise version of the Team Foundation Server. So the software vendor engage users to give feedback on the changes. IMHO it was time to focus on this dialog since the user experience was not ...

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Security Risk in Binding WPF Passwordbox Password

In WPF circles, the PasswordBox control has generated quite a bit of discussion. The thing is that you can access the password entered by the user using the Password property, but it’s not a dependency property, and MVVM purists don’t like the fact that they can’t bind it to their ViewModel. In this article, I’m going to show how the password can be ...

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Architecture and Modelling Tools

UML models helps you to design and understand your application architecture. Further, you can use the UML models for your documentation, not at least to make it easier for other developers to understand the application. With the new Visual Studio 2015, Microsoft made the Architecture and Modelling Tools available to more developers. The tools were only available for users of ...

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