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Message passing, performance

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I got some replies about the async event loop post, mentioning LMAX Disruptor and performance. I decided to see for myself what the fuss was all about. You can read about the LMAX Disruptor, but basically, it is a very fast single process messaging library. I wondered what that meant, so I wrote my own messaging library:
public class Bus
{
Queue q = new Queue();

public void Enqueue(T msg)
{
lock (q)
{
q.Enqueue(msg);
}
}

public bool TryDequeue(out T msg)
{
lock (q)
{
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The Morning Brew #1650

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Software Welcome to ReactiveUI 6.0 & What’s new in ReactiveUI 6: ReactiveCommand – Paul Betts announces the release of ReactiveUI 6.0, a significant milestone in the project, with over 8 months work going into this release which adds support for Windows Phone, Xamarin Forms, improved support for list based views, and a new Reactive Command […]

The value of an independant Scotland for me

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For the last wee while some of you may have noticed some news coverage about Scottish independence. This post is about the value of an independent Scotland for me, so if you are not interested in politics then move along. It will all be over in a few months and you will likely never have to hear [...] The post The value of an independant Scotland for me appeared first on naked ALM - Experts in ALM, TFS & lean-agile with Scrum.

Entity Framework – Use a Guid as the primary key

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Using a Guid as your tables primary key, when using Entity Framework, requires a little more effort than when using a integer.  The setup process is straightforward, after you’ve read/been shown how to do it. The process is slightly different for the Code First and Database First approaches.  This post discusses both techniques. Code First […]

How to Pin a file to the Recent Presentations Menu list in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 ?

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Here’s a simple tip that lets you to pin a file to the recent presentation menu list in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 . How to Pin a file to the Recent Presentations Menu list in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 ? If you are using a presentation more frequently , there are times when you want to have it pinned to the recent presentations menu list so that it is easier and quick to access it. To pin a presentation to the Recent Presentations menu in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 , launch the Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 and Click the “Open” menu . This will
display the list of options for opening a file which includes the following Recent Presentations OneDrive Computer + Add a Place When you click on the Recent Presentations menu , it shows all the files that are recently opened in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 . To pin a file to the recent presentations so that it never scrolls off , click the pushpin icon which can be found in the right of the file name in the list. This will pin the file to this Recent Presentations Menu....(Read whole news on source site)

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