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💾 Weekly Newsletter (11 Mar 2024)
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Latest Additions

New articles added

Containers

  (0 votes) by Mohammad Elsheimy (updated 6 days ago)
Porting Windows Fonts to Linux

DevOps

  (0 votes) by Modesty Zhang (updated yesterday)
illuminate git internal on object model via a `git stash` implementation, including push, apply, pop, drop, list and clear, all with isomorphic-git

General Programming

  (1 votes) by Michael Sydney Balloni (updated 2 days ago)
A "new" queue data structure is described and compared with existing collection types

Hosted Services

  (4 votes) by Nicolas DESCARTES (updated 3 days ago)
Understanding more advanced concepts in GraphQL with HotChocolate

Internet of Things

  (1 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 6 days ago)
Display automated (optionally controllable) Tetris on an LCD or Neopixel panel
  (1 votes) by deangi (updated 6 days ago)
A Bluetooth LE scanner gathers data on a schedule from one or more BLE servers and forwards it to WiFi.

Web Development

  (3 votes) by Mark Pelf (updated 4 days ago)
A practical guide to building a multi-language ASP.NET 8 MVC application
  (1 votes) by Han Bo Sun (updated 2 days ago)
This is a more in-depth tutorial on integrating Lucene search and index engine in Java applications.

Articles updated

Desktop Programming

  (18 votes) by Macabies Gilles (updated 4 days ago)
An easy-to-use filterable, multilingual custom DataGrid control for managing and filtering data for your WPF applications
  (9 votes) by Shao Voon Wong (updated 1 weeks ago)
Lee Algorithm Mazesolver in MFC and Direct2D

Programming Languages

  (7 votes) by Federico Di Marco (updated 18 hours ago)
An improved JSON configuration provider that allows partial or full encryption of values in appsettings.json

Web Development

  (18 votes) by PJ Arends (updated 4 days ago)
An MFC CWnd derived grid of user definable tiles

New Tips and Tricks added

Artificial Intelligence

  (0 votes) by Oliver Kohl D.Sc. (updated 6 days ago)
This article provides a comprehensive guide to TensorFlow 2.x, covering its execution modes, model building APIs, and insights for choosing the right approach for machine learning projects.

Tips and Tricks updated

General Programming

  (12 votes) by PJ Arends (updated 2 days ago)
Trace your function calls to the Output window.

Programming Languages

  (4 votes) by Cinchoo (updated 2 days ago)
Tip to deserialize JSON to polymorphic classes without type information

New Technical Blogs added

Desktop Programming

  (1 votes) by aroman (updated yesterday)
Introduction Quite a bit of time passed since my last post on this blog. I had a visit to the sunny Spain, I switched to a double-surface hang glider and I had to take a little care of my firm. Despite those things, I did a little bit of work for the blog, but it ... Read more.
  (0 votes) by aroman (updated yesterday)
Introduction This post is a continuation of the one on the Kondo effect1 and is leading towards one presenting the numerical renormalization group and a simple program that implements it.
  (0 votes) by aroman (updated 21 hours ago)
Introduction I’ve decided to post several pages about theory before presenting a program, to avoid having long posts that nobody has patience to read. I’ll refer to those posts for details when presenting a program.

General Programming

  (4 votes) by Dev Leader (updated 5 days ago)
Learn how to use BenchmarkDotNet to effectively create and run benchmarks on your C# code. Dig into where you have opportunities to optimize your C# code!
  (0 votes) by aroman (updated yesterday)
Introduction This is an important branch of computational physics and hopefully I’ll have several programs to post on this topic. I’m quite sure I’ll post at least one. I’ll write here some theoretical things briefly describing the methods, to be referenced later.

Programming Languages

  (2 votes) by Dev Leader (updated 4 days ago)
Use cases for implicit operators in C# and examples to illustrate their practical application
  (0 votes) by aroman (updated yesterday)
Introduction This is an intermediate post between the one on the Monte Carlo methods and one presenting a Monte Carlo C++ program I intend to write.
  (0 votes) by aroman (updated yesterday)
Introduction This is another introductory post leading towards a numerical renormalization group program. I thought I should expose some generalities before presenting the numerical renormalization group method and the program that implements it.



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