The Span<T> has landed in .NET Standard today. According to the article (Span<T> is) at the heart of most performance-related improvements in .NET Core 2.1. Since it allows managing buffers in a more efficient way, it can help in reducing allocations and copying. We consider Span to be a very fundamental type as it requires…
HTML-NOTEPAD application is out While it works for me consider it as a beta. More features and fixes will be added down the road.
In the light of recent “AI hype” I’ve decided to refresh my knowledge about AI principles.
If we would have #include source construct that includes compilation units into final assembly (rather than just headers in-place) any library can be included to a project as plain .c file:
Have read Splitting Strings by Chris Zetter mini saga… What this expression: “”.split(“,”) shall produce?
Consider quite popular in programming task of string-to-enum value parsing. You have enum declared in your code (C/C++ but can be any modern programming language)
Due to my grandma, macaroni and by accident. I’ve explained it on Quora. Wow, just discovered that the story got 4000 up-votes. Cool, eh?
Transferred the site to other provider and redesigned it a bit to conform mobiles and modern https requirements. I’ve made picture on the left in watercolor. But need to rescan it probably… That’s illustration to Alexander Grin romantic novel “Crimson Sails” .
Open Source severs the link between good software and good software business, and the two veer off naturally in different directions. At worst, Open Source business models incentivize worse software. That above matches my own observations.