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electricninja33 electricnin​ja33

Niner since 2010

  • Looking Ahead to C# 7 with Mads Torgersen

    The generalized "is" statement at 31:19 is just like the ability to declare a variable in any statement that didn't seem to make it into C# 6. Why not just finish that feature and add this as a new use case for it?

    Touching at 49:43 on the commentary about how Swift is "harsh" about how it treats null. The biggest "harsh" parallel in C# for me is the ban on unsafe iterator and async methods. It is arbitrary and I have to write tons of boilerplate to get around it, which is what I'm using C# to avoid in the first place! If I'm daring enough to declare pointers, that should settle it.

  • Using "Drag and Drop" in your Universal Windows App

    Does this work successfully across separate UI threads inside the same process? That was always the one key use case that every other desktop framework barfed on and it made scaling large apps a very annoying process.

  • Mitigating Credential Theft using the Windows 10 Isolated User Mode

    It seems like the real problem is that the Windows world doesn't treat the Administrator account as rare and sacred as the Unix world treats the root account. You generally can't load an arbitrary driver with CreateService() unless you're an Administrator, yet a fresh desktop install always starts me right off with Administrator privileges. This does not compute!

  • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Application Development

    WPF desperately needs a cross-platform soul and it will be a really viable option.

    The API for Universal Windows applications finally seems like it can replace WPF outright and soon even surpass it.

  • What's New In C# 6.0

    "If you wish to enforce a team policy that no one is allowed to use ?. there's now a really easy way to do it."

    @ljw1004:Hey now don't be waving guns around in crowded rooms.

  • What's New In C# 6.0

    I still don't know what exactly the Java world thinks it has on C#/.NET... this is very quickly becoming Direct3D vs OpenGL where Microsoft entertained the illusion of an even match for a little bit in the beginning...

  • What's New in XAML

    Does anyone actually write WinRT apps or does everyone just write WinRT demos? Why are we doubling down on reinventing the wheel here at a snail's pace, agitating WPF and Silverlight developers until they leave for other platforms? When you lost Josh Smith, that should have been a dire wake-up call. I don't think anyone had as much passion for XAML and WPF, and you screwed him with this abomination called WinRT. Now his income comes from teaching .NET developers how to migrate to Apple platforms.

  • What’s New in Visual Studio 2013 for C++ Developers

    I want C++/CLI and P/Invoke for Windows Mobile 8. No developer cares about WinRT; if they did then sales wouldn't be so miserable.

  • Inside Windows 8: Pedro Teixeira - Thread pools

    You got this behaving with .NET garbage collections finally? SWEET!!  Now make it so I don't need a separate IOCP/blocking thread for job object events, or a separate IOCP/blocking thread for registered I/O. Come on, you dropped the ball with that after solving everything else. No I'm not gonna go use event handles, that's for n00bz.