Mike Lai describes the new Visual Studio switch for choosing the strong SHA-256 hashing algorithm. He explores scenarios where such hashes can prove useful and how to use Visual Studio to generate source code hashes.
Active Events is a design pattern that enables encapsulation and polymorphism. It allows you to separate concerns by creating extendable, reusable components that can be assembled almost as if they were Lego pieces.
Ted Neward examines major Angular concepts, focusing on “components” and how they drive the design and organization of an Angular project.
This article shows C++ programming techniques involved in producing arrays of data using the SAFEARRAY data structure and convenient ATL helper classes like CComSafeArray.
Immutable collections provide an alternative to mutable and concurrent collections that can be much more suitable in certain scenarios. This article discusses the design and implementation of immutable collections and illustrates how and when to use them.
A networking event or hiring mixer is a great opportunity to advance your career. Unfortunately, too many developers blow it.