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Software NuGet 3.0 Beta 2 Released – Jeffrey T. Fritz Information .NET Core Open Source Update – February 26, 2015 – Rich Lander Using Stream Analytics with Event Hubs – Kirk Evans Easy diagnostics for your Azure website – The Schray Ever Wonder What Happened to Your Azure Website Connection String – Max McCarty Nancy […]

Popular Libraries to Create Excel file (XLSX) from C#

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Are you looking out for the C# libraries that lets the developers create excel file programmatically ? . Below is the list popular libraries that lets the developers to create XLSX files programmatically using C#. Popular Libraries to Create Excel file (XLSX) from C# excellibrary EPPlus-Create advanced Excel spreadsheets on the server Open XML SDK [...]
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a file in XLS format in Microsoft Excel 2013? This article will explain how the users can always save the excel workbook in XLS format in Microsoft Excel 2013. How to always save a…How to Launch Excel File from a Windows Phone 8 App ? If you have a excel file within your application , you can launch the file and open it in Microsoft excel from a Windows Phone…Display Blank Cell when it contains Zero in Excel 2013 When a cell contains Zero as its value, it is still retained and is not removed by...(Read whole news on source site)

Context Aware Access to Command Prompt or PowerShell in Windows

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I have been ramping up on ASP.NET 5 which has had me in PowerShell or the command prompt quite a bit (this is to support upcoming x-plat features).  In many cases, I have needed to run commands in the context of a folder.  Here is an easy way to do this in Windows Explorer…   From the Windows File menu Suppose I am in a folder and I want to immediately go to the command prompt or PowerShell and already be in the context of that directory?  I simply go to the File menu option in Windows
Explorer ([Alt] F keyboard shortcut) and select either the command prompt or PowerShell as seen below:
Letters appear when [Alt] key is used If I choose the command prompt, it will put me in the same directory as the current open window as seen here: ...(Read whole news on source site)

Programming Languages On GitHub

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Programming Languages On GitHub

JavaScript Is The Language Of 2014


R Heads For Top Ten Languages

The Astonishing Rise Of Dart

There are also some interesting differences in language behavior. For
example, if you look at the statistical language R it doesn't have a
lot of repos on GitHub and the number of pushes per repo is
comparatively very low but it's number one for new forks - why? Are
stats programs more likely to take a
whole repo and customize it rather
than contribute to the main project?

You can see the same sort of pattern in Apple's new Swift language.

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Neural Nets in Azure ML – Introduction to Net# - Machine Learning - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

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short tutorial for building a neural network using the Net# language to classify images of handwritten numeric digits in Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

Neural Nets in Azure ML – Introduction to Net# - Machine Learning - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

A guide to Net# is also available 

It is useful to have basic knowledge of neural networks for this
tutorial. The following links provide good starting points to catch up:

Lambda methods and implicit context

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The C# compiler is lazy, which is usually a very good thing, but that can also give you some issues. We recently tracked down a memory usage issue to code that looked roughly like this. var stats = new PerformatStats { Size = largeData.Length }; stats.OnCompletion += () => this.RecordCompletion(stats); Write(stats, o => { var sp = new Stopwatch(); foreach (var item in largeData) { sp.Restart(); // do something with this stats.RecordOperationDuration(sp);
} }); On the surface, this looks good. We are only using largeData for a short while, right? But behind the scene, something evil lurks. Here is what this actually is translated to by the compiler: __DisplayClass3 cDisplayClass3_1 = new __DisplayClass3 { __this = this, largeData = largeData }; cDisplayClass3_1.stats = new PerformatStats { Size = cDisplayClass3_1.largeData.Length }; cDisplayClass3_1.stats.OnCompletion += new Action(cDisplayClass3_1, __LambdaMethod1__); Write(cDisplayClass3_1.stats, new Action(cDisplayClass3_1, __LambdaMethod2__)); You need to pay special attention to what is going on. We need to maintain the local state of the variables. So the compiler lift the local parameters into an object. (Called __DisplayClass3). Creating...(Read whole news on source site)

Manipulating HTML Tables – Part 3 (Deleting Rows)

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My last two blog posts showed you how to add rows to an HTML table. Now, let’s learn how to delete a row from a table. In order to accomplish this you will need to add a ‘Delete’ button to each row of the table. The HTML The HTML for this sample is similar to my last blog post, with the addition of a new
to allow for a column in which you place a ‘Delete’ button. I have highlighted the change in bold in the code below.
0"> Figure 1: Add a delete button to allow a user to delete a row from the table  

Delete Row in Table

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First Name