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I’ve been maintaining this site in various forms for a few years (infrequently). Those who’ve been with me for a while will note that many posts have gone as they were no longer relevant.
Here are the most recent 10 entries.
There is nothing built into Go that formats numbers with thousands separators (or millions, billions and so forth). Here’s a simple function to do it.
WebAPI is a very powerful and simple Microsoft framework for creating REST (or RPC-style) web services. Ideally these should be decoupled as usual with DI. Partly for my own reference, here’s how I’ve just done it in my latest C# project.
I have a lot of Ebooks, mainly for Kobo but also some legacy Kindle items, and I’m fed up with paying for books that have really shoddy metadata. This is the absolute minimum that providers should be doing.
As an author you can upload Word documents (or whatever) to your distributor or, in most cases, upload an EPUB file (the open industry standard) directly. Here are a few pointers on what that file contains.
I thought I’d try again with Office 365, but once more I cancelled it.
Sometimes full blown dependency injection is overkill. TinyIOC, Castle, AutoFac - all good, but not always necessary.
Windows 8 Install fails with “A media driver your computer needs is missing. This could be a DVD, USB, or Hard Disk driver”
I use all four languages (plus C# in my day job) and over the years have chopped and changed between them. I decided to pit them head to head.
I’ve wanted a Pixel for a while. I’ve used Chromebooks before and fancied trying the ultimate version.