NewBase60 is a format suitable for building parts of URLs, e.g. for URL shorteners. Instead of just using numbers for the short links it uses letters as well, while internally still using […]
While I’ll probably (have to) focus on Java for the next month, I just came up with the idea of just another extension method class. It is acually not very helpful but it again shows how powerful extension methods can be.
This is how it can be used:
I know that this piece of code […]
Some time ago I started to write a class with some C# extension methods, adding more methods over time. I first uploaded the file to the webspace of my blog, but I think this is getting too complicated to mantain, which makes it harder than required to post new […]
I’ve just made another tiny addition to my extension method class / project, adding a small, but maybe useful method:
This is how to use it to consume an IEnumerable<T> multiple times:
It’s not a big deal, but maybe it’s helpful anyway. Btw, the source code is […]
I’ve been playing around with Apache James, a complete email server written in Java, in the last few months and I’d like to share some of my thoughts about it. (I’ll focus on version 2.3.2 as the 3.0 version is still in beta.)
Apache James is a flexible, highly configurable […]
There are a lot of cool features in the current C# version (and I’m sure that I will cover most of them in future postings), but one of the features I like most are Extension Methods.
If you’ve never heard about Extension Methods, let me cite the MSDN documentation on Extension Methods:
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