highlighting a row with a mouse over event of the DataGridView in Winforms.
Manually implement OOP designs in C.
I recently worked on an uncommon slow query: less than 100 rows were read and returned, the whole dataset was fitting in memory but the query took several seconds to run. Long story short: the query was a join involving 21 tables, running on MySQL 5.1. But by default MySQL 5.1 is not good at […] The post Many-table joins in MySQL 5.6 appeared first on MySQL Performance Blog.
Despite its open source nature, WordPress sill has its limitations. There's always 1 or 2 things you wish you could change about a specific theme, but if you're not an experienced developer, it can be a nightmare to figure out how to make those changes. Today, I'll showcase a great tool named Ultimatum which can help you creating complex WordPress themes with no coding.
In late 2011, I was contacted by a very charming, smart and persuasive French gentleman who spoke of clouds, platform-as-a-service, and polyglot programming. It took him and his team a couple of months to get me thinking seriously about a career change, after 10 great years at IBM. Show More Summary
The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.5.10. Several bugs were fixed in this release, including security issues related to CVEs. CVE-2014-1943, CVE-2014-2270 and CVE-2013-7327 have been addressed in this release. Show More Summary
Dynamically check a value for Null value in an expression tree with an extension method
Learning to handle exceptions properly, knowing when to catch, and when to throw them, is an art. Knowing when it’s a case to retry or to abort a process requires a deep understanding of the problem you’re going to solve. This code,Show More Summary
I have just introduced Beanstalkd into my current PHP project; it was super-easy so I thought I'd share some examples and my thoughts on how a job queue fits in with a PHP web application. The Scenario I have an API backend and a web frontend on this project (there may be apps later. Show More Summary
To inherit an Entity Framework class, to extend it, bind to data and unmap it from DBContext.
What was looking to be a slow news day turned into an interesting perusal headlines. Today The Daily Star introduces readers to Linux and Open Source applications and two bloggers have put Linux Mint Debian Edition 201403 through its paces. Show More Summary
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So our journey into F# continues. The next coupe of posts will be about F# types that may or may not have standard.NET equivalents. This post will be talking about tuples. What Are Tuples A tuple is a grouping of unnamed but ordered values, possibly of different types. Creating Tuples Tuples ar
Anyone who lived through the bad old days of compiling software from source on Linux remembers well the frustration of upgrading one package only to find that it breaks another. I like to think that those days are behind us; and, for the most part, they are. Show More Summary
There’s a lot going around right now about Facades. Laravel introduced the concept, or at least the term, to the PHP community in their framework. Given the popularity of the term, it’s worthwhile to define what a Facade is, and what a Facade is not. The definition of a Facade The Facade (or the Facade […]
Yes, coffee with AngularJS ! I know its weird but I started my journey of AngularJS with a cup of hot steaming coffee for breakfast. Surprisingly, the start was easy as opposed to my opinion about AngularJS and it motivated me to move one step further. The first step was to know about what AngularJS
One of the things that we do by defining design patterns is we create a common language that we can use to explain and express ourselves. When I say to you “I used an Adapter” or “I implemented the Factory pattern”, that should conjure...Show More Summary
I'm a big Lenovo fan and have used Thinkpads nearly exclusively since my first T60p. I'm using an first-gen X1 Carbon Touch as my main on the go machine these days. I've also tried using a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro but had a little trouble with its extremely high-dpi display, although the build quality of the hardware is amazing. Show More Summary
Going to miss Phillip Seymour Hoffman: #