Category Archives: Coding
Yes, there are a ton of regex tools out there, but RegExr easily stands out. It’s realtime checker is really slick and the app is loaded with helpful docs and references. Thank you RegExr!!
Yeah, it’s hard. As much handwaving as there is in this article about code coverage (by a developer who works for a code coverage company, so get your grains of salt ready) about how simple Tetris is–it can be implemented in a … Continue reading
I’m a diehard ReSharper fan. I’ve had my own license for many years, and as far as VS has come over that time with refactorings and ease of navigation I still prefer to have the power of R# at my … Continue reading
TL;DR: It takes a LOT less time to analyze requirements and find domain boundaries for data access that will guide the creation of simple, business-oriented abstractions that are maintainable and testable than it does to fix a leaky, broken API … Continue reading
If you find yourself regularly making comments in your code like this: Please stop. If you think this is helpful and you’re planning to continue writing them in the future, at least strongly consider doing harm to yourself. Sincerely, -Every programmer … Continue reading
This bears repeating even if you’ve heard it before, but static members don’t *appear* to behave like regular static members when they’re located on a generic class. This is usually a result of the developer’s lack of understanding of how … Continue reading