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Newsletter - 31 Jan 2022

Weekly Newsletter (31 Jan 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

What's important to you when considering the license of open source code?

Survey period: 24 Jan 2022 to 31 Jan 2022

The "use it for free" statement has many, many subtle shades. Not the least in the term "free". What's most important to you?

OptionVotes% 
The ability to make changes to the code without having to publish my changes21234.98
Unrestricted access to the source code24740.76
Granting of explicit rights (usage, patent etc)13121.62
Clarity on what happens if use of the code results in damages457.43
No restrictions on use (even against using the code for illegal purposes)12220.13
Ability to redistribute the code in any form I choose21134.82
The ability to link the code with other code that may have a different license19932.84
I generally don't pay much attention to licenses. If I can view it, I use it.17328.55
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: Which methods of installing software do you prefer?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Desktop Programming

  (3 votes) by Kai Schtrom (updated yesterday)
OpenVPN v2.5.4 patched for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
  (2 votes) by Jo_vb.net (updated 3 days ago)
My idea was to host a WPF user control with Ribbon within a WinForm VB.NET project and try to use MVVM pattern.

DevOps

  (1 votes) by Christ Kennedy (updated 12 hours ago)
easy to use rhyming app for people who can't spell
  (2 votes) by Florian Rappl (updated 6 days ago)
In this article we see how to set up security, Sentinel, and runbooks.

Hosted Services

  (2 votes) by Raphael Mun (updated 5 days ago)
How to create a new Unity game based on a template and link it to our PlayFab account
  (2 votes) by Raphael Mun (updated 3 days ago)
How to add the ability for players to create an account and log into a game through PlayFab’s player account creation and authentication APIs
  (0 votes) by Raphael Mun (updated 3 days ago)
How to add to our game by setting up and building a Unity game project as a backend server

Programming Languages

  (0 votes) by Pablo A Martinez (updated 3 days ago)
How to read a JSON variable from a ForEach Controller in JMeter

Web Development

  (8 votes) by dsuryd (updated 6 days ago)
A lightweight alternative for serving real-time updates from a .NET web service.
  (0 votes) by Dawid Borycki (updated 2 days ago)
This tutorial demonstrates steps to build the messaging extension for Microsoft Teams.

Articles updated

Artificial Intelligence

  (10 votes) by CodeProject (updated 3 days ago)
Our standalone, self-hosted, fast, free and Open Source Artificial Intelligence microserver for any platform, any language

General Programming

  (11 votes) by Andreas "PAX" Lück (updated 6 days ago)
Investigation of PE file modifications performed by Microsoft Detours
  (8 votes) by Patrice T (updated yesterday)
RLE (Run Length Encoding): The Human Friendly Compression
  (6 votes) by Patrice T (updated yesterday)
Small review of Trial Division algorithm

Multimedia

  (199 votes) by Peter Vegter (updated 6 days ago)
Microsoft Media Foundation based easy-to-use library with many added features

Programming Languages

  (58 votes) by Robert Gustafson (updated 2 days ago)
I've created an enhanced version of the Extended RichTextBox created by Razi Syed.
  (27 votes) by Espen Harlinn (updated 3 days ago)
Harlinn.Windows is a collection of libraries that I have put together that serves as a big part of the runtime we use at work.
  (10 votes) by Nick Polyak (updated 1 hour ago)
This article explains Test Driven Development using XUnit with a detailed sample.
  (9 votes) by Cinchoo (updated yesterday)
Simple Xml file reader for .NET
  (7 votes) by Pavel Bashkardin (updated yesterday)
Represents a C# generic implementation of the NameValueCollection

Web Development

  (129 votes) by Dan Letecky (updated 4 days ago)
Weekly HTML5 event calendar with CSS themes, drag and drop support, date navigator. PHP and ASP.NET Core REST API backends.

New Tips and Tricks added

Programming Languages

  (4 votes) by ryanovic (updated 6 days ago)
An implementation of a basic Reader-Writer lock using only the System.Threading.Monitor class
  (2 votes) by Logicisme (updated 5 days ago)
Mimic Excel Slope and Intercept functions for datasets

Tips and Tricks updated

Desktop Programming

  (3 votes) by peterswinkels (updated 6 days ago)
A Visual Basic 6 program demonstrating how to access databases using Microsoft ADO and how to automate Outlook and Excel.

Blogs updated

General Programming

  (2 votes) by Shun Huang (updated 2 days ago)
Use Python to build atomic binary trees



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