Common goals bring us closer together whereas individual goals drive division.
With my experience in IT, it’s more surprising that such a massive attack took so long to happen.
Recently I went to a session given by Maarten Balliauw about memory management. In that talk, he mentioned the effect boxing and unboxing has on performance. He also talked about how a lot of strings can affect memory management. This got me thinking on the impact of boxing and unboxing when I format strings. What kind of impact does it have?
A coworker pointed out that when performance is important, a custom
KeyedCollection is pretty hard to beat. Let’s find out if this is true in the new and improved .net core framework.
Good software consists of many moving components that interact well together. This lets you build one part at a time and it allows you to wrap your head around that part of the application. It then becomes important that the behaviour of the component being built is completely understood.