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SpecsFor - Better Partial Matching for Dates

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I just shipped a small update to SpecsFor that improves the partial-matching story when dealing with dates. Prior to this update, if you wanted to see if a DateTime value was “near” the current time, you had to do something like this: obj.ShouldLookLike(() => new TestObject { DateTimeValue = Some.ValueInRange(DateTime.Now.AddSeconds(-1), DateTime.Now) }) With version 4.3.2 though, you can now use the new Some.DateTimeNear method: obj.ShouldLookLike(() => new TestObject { DateTimeValue = Some.DateTimeNear(DateTime.Now) }) By default, any value within 1 second of the specified time will match, but you can adjust that globally by changing Some.DefaultDateTimeTolerance to
another value. It’s a small change, but I think it helps the spec convey its intent much more cleanly. Enjoy!...(Read whole news on source site)

Azure Certification Jump Start 70-534 Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions - Windows Boston (BAWSUG) (Cambridge, MA) - Meetup

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Azure Certification Jump Start 70-534 Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions - Windows Boston (BAWSUG) (Cambridge, MA) - Meetup



Do you want to get certified on Azure? Do you want to improve your
marketability in the new cloud optimized world? Do you want to become a
systems Architect? Are you falling behind on the latest technologies? Do
you want to become a cloud EXPERT? If you answered yes to any of these,
this is a must attend event. We will dive deep into Microsoft's Azure
Cloud as we learn about architecting Azure Systems
and solutions. All
this on our way to becoming MCP Azure Certified by learning what is on
and how to pass the Microsoft 70-534 Exam. This great content will be
delivered by ITProGuru Dan Stolts one of the authors of the Microsoft
Press book 70-534 Exam Reference Guide - Architecting Microsoft Azure
Solutions...(Read whole news on source site)

My appearance on the Eat Sleep Code Podcast

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Podcast Info On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guests Michael Crump and Jen Looper discuss mobile development and e-books. We learn what it’s like to try to enter the app stores and what tools are needed to get started in mobile development. The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud and you can access it here. My appearance on the Eat Sleep Code Podcast was originally published by Michael Crump at Michael Crump on July 24, 2015.

The Visual Studio Partner Ecosystem

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One of the unique values Visual Studio provides is that over and above the built-in features we have a multitude of extensions to address various niche development scenarios. These extensions are provided by our strong partner ecosystem. The Visual Studio Partner Ecosystem is the strongest it has ever been in the history of Visual Studio. This year we are excited to share that over 1100 partners have created tools and extensions that integrate with Visual Studio 2015, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio Online. For Visual Studio 2015 RTM release itself we have 84 launch partners
that have made new versions of their products available on the day that VS 2015 was released. Want to join in? Check out the VSIP Partner Program for info on how to join. Not only do these extensions work with VS 2015 Enterprise and Professional, but you can also use all extensions with our free offering - Visual Studio Community. Get started with an extension from the Visual Studio Gallery. Interested in writing your own extensions? It’s really simple to do so. Whether you’re interested in adding support for a new language, extending the Visual Studio interface, connecting a service...(Read whole news on source site)

Java's Unsafe class: "There is certainly also a way without it!" - JAXenter

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Java's Unsafe class: "There is certainly also a way without it!" - JAXenter



There are numerous libraries, e.g. Netty, which use Unsafe internally
(using the previously described reflection hacks). In lots of cases this
isn’t even documented! Some projects also use special libraries as a
replacement for features appearing in later Java versions (javax
packages). One example is LongAdder, which is only part of Java 8’s java.util.concurrent classes. 

Rx Challenge #8

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this post is part of series, the hole series can be found in here.   this challenge is all about buffering data while suspended and flush it out on resume. we already had challenge on Suspend and Resume but that challenge ignored the data during the suspension period. on this challenge you expected to buffer […]

Enabling Verbose Output in Team Foundation Build Logs

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There are a lot of great new features available in the new Team Foundation Build (formerly knows as Build v.Next) such as version history, web-based build definitions, open source build tasks, and much, much more. However, sometimes you simply want to accomplish something that you’re currently doing with your “old” XAML builds such as setting... (read more)

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