.NET is Open Source! (I am probably the last one to find out)

The fact that Microsoft has released the source code for .NET is unbelievable.

Go here to download and then spend hours browsing the code!

Download the entire source code as a .zip file. The archive includes a solution and project files that can be opened in Visual Studio. This solution will not build because it is missing crucial components such as resources, XAML files, etc. but it will be sufficient to browse the source code inside

Create code at runtime with Reflection in .NET C#: Fields

Exercises in .NET with Andras Nemes

In the previous post of this short series we saw how to create a method using Reflection.

We can also create fields in our custom type. Here’s how to create a standard private field:

You can use the FieldAttributes enumeration to modify the properties of the field. E.g. here’s how to declare the field public and readonly – which is not a very clever combination, but there you have it:

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My First Smart Watch – LG

My first smart watch. Has extremely sophisticated algorithm to tell you how much time you have to get to a certain destination in time.

The added benefit – it can also be used as a watch… wierd

To sum up it is actually a very cool gadget that goes very well with my Note 4 and less than £200.

Only yesterday, while looking at the watch and walking to the station I have properly smashed my forehead against a lamppost




Why Markdown in WordPress is Awesome

Website Design Using WordPress

As bloggers, or even better, as writers, we know how important it is to have a hierarchy to your content so our viewers can organize what is important and what is tertiary. In some instances we take it upon ourselves to give our viewer a little help by adding emphasis to some items in our posts, whether by calling them out by using block quotes, adding bulleted or numberor adding a bold or italic type face for content significance. And to be honest, writing your post then adding stylization can take as long as it takes writing your copy.

This is where WordPress Markdown Support comes into play.

WordPress Markdown lets you compose posts and comments with links, lists, and other styles using regular characters and punctuation marks. Markdown is used by writers and bloggers who want a quick and easy way to style their text, without having to take their hands…

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