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Google, IBM launch open API for auditing and governing software pipelines

Grafeas provides an open-source API for enforcing security policies across the software supply chain.

Introducing Android Instant Apps SDK 1.1

Jichao Li, Software Engineer; Shobana Ravi, Software Engineer Since our public launch at Google I/O, we've been working hard to improve the developer experience of building instant apps. Today, we're excited to announce availabilityShow More Summary

WPF Exclusive CheckBox Behavior

A Behavior is presented that will ensure that only one Checkbox will be checked within the visual tree of the control to which this behavior is attached.

Small String Obfuscator

When you need encrypt/obfuscate strings in your program so that they don't just show up with a strings or hex tool when your executable is examined, this tool can be useful.

Analysing C# code on GitHub with BigQuery

About a year ago Google made all the open source code on GitHub available within BigQuery and as if that wasn’t enough you can run a terabyte of queries each month for free!So in this post I am going to be looking at all the C# source code on GitHub and what we can find out from it.

A Mystery with open_files_limit

In this blog, we’ll look at a mystery around setting the [crayon-59dfc03769c3a504811267-i/] variable in MySQL and Percona Server for MySQL. MySQL Server needs file descriptors to run. It uses them to open new connections, store tables in the cache, create temporary tables to resolve complicated queries and access persistent ones. Show More Summary

What Is PDF Reader And What It Does

A PDF reader is a software that serves as an ultimate solution for people who want to read, edit or organize PDF files. A PDF reader can be used on various devices including a PC, smartphone or a tablet. There are many types of PDF readers...Show More Summary

Hybrid storage (relational+document) with Entity Framework

How to mix relational and document oriented data in SQL Server and query it with Entity Framework ? Including pitfalls, limitations and performance notes.

Vital tips to assure your online security

As of today, anyone’s online security can be hugely compromised by various types of attacks. However, having an up-to-date knowledge of online security can keep you away from potential troubles.

PHP 7.2.0 Release Candidate 4 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 RC4. This release is the fourth Release Candidate for 7.2.0. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary

Create Big Sample Table by random function

Sometime you need to have big table for testing performance optimization and indexing and partitioning and Etc., so you can make it easily by using random function and a small table.

Lightweight Multiple File Upload with thumbnail preview using HTML5 and client side scripts

This article describes how to add a fully client side Multiple File Upload functionality to your page. Include select multiple files at a time, Select from different folders, Apply validation, show files in thumbnails and remove files from the list.

Day 24 of 100 Days of VR: Creating Waves for Spawning System in Unity

Today in Day 24, we’re going to resume working on our EnemySpawner. Yesterday, we laid the groundwork that allows us to spawn enemies, however, we haven’t implemented finishing a wave yet. As a result, we only spawn our 5 enemies and then nothing happens after we defeat them. Today, we’re going to

Botwin offers an interesting alternative option for routing with ASP.NET Core

NancyFx is a great alternative to ASP.NET if you want to make elegant little web apis like this: public class SampleModule : Nancy.NancyModule { public SampleModule() { Get["/"] = _ => "Hello World!"; } } However, it may be that you want a routing style - the way you define your routes - that is like NancyFx BUT you want to use ASP.NET. Show More Summary

Launching a network of online tools sites

I like to get things done. Who doesn't. Often to get things done you need to break the problem you're solving into many smaller subproblems, then use many tiny helper programs to solve these subproblems, and then merge results back to solve the original problem. Show More Summary

Pure HTML5/CSS3/JS Modal Dialog MsgBox in .NET Style

A small JavaScript module to create a modal dialog box or user input box in the familiar.NET style

Your unit test methods need docblocks too - Stefan Koopmanschap

If you've met me at any time in the previous 20 years and you discussed unit testing with me, chances are pretty big that I'd have told you that your test methods in your unit tests don't really need docblocks, because the test methods would be named in such a way that they were descriptive. Show More Summary

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