Edward Harned Because there is no way to control a thread of execution at the operating system level, knowledgeable developers have built containers to house the elusive threads at the application level. Discover an Open Source solution (Tymeac) for managing J2SE application threads.
Codeguru Section Index
By Jamil Azher - Check-in policies help enforce your organization's development methodology and ensure that the code being checked in passes the necessary quality requirements. In addition to using the pre-defined check-in policies, you can create custom ones.
By mendhak - Look at the two methods of talking to WCF services and when to use them. Also see sample code to use the ChannelFactory in C#.
By Bradley L. Jones - Find out the answer according to Jason Zander, General Manager of Visual Studio.
By Ashwin Kumar - Reference (output) arguments could be disastrous sometimes. Learn how to avoid these problems.
By Marc Gregoire - Learn a way to elegantly add support for pausing your console application right before exiting.
By Rob Foster - Get help bringing you up to speed with AJAX's place in your web development toolbox.
By Marc Gregoire - The Buffered Animation API makes it easy to make animations without flickering. Learn how to use this Buffered Animation API.
By Bjarne Stroustrup - Class Shape can provide you with the ability to represent things appearing in a Window. Learn about this class from an industry legend.
By Eyal.Albert - Learn about the various migration options of desktop/smart client applications to the web available using Visual WebGui.
By Tamir Khason - Build a simple FM radio player with RDS support by using WPF and the USBFM library.
By chad.campbell - Downloading content on demand is a valuable runtime feature. Downloading application modules when needed can enhance a user's experience through reducing load times. This powerful addition can be used when retrieving fonts, media, textual content, or collections of collections of these elements as compressed packages.
By Eyal.Albert - Create a full-blown Silverlight application in no time with the open source Visual WebGui framework and platform.
By Eyal.Albert - Learn how to create your own Visual WebGui Silverlight theme using a default theme.
By hankdane - Learn about a comparison that uses a class capturing individual primitive data types as against rendering the data in a String.
By TheCPUWizard - Work through a Continuation of the series, moving from Fields to Entities and Entity Collections.
By Richard Newcombe - Every program has bugs; this is the way things are. Look at some of the quirky bugs found in the .NET 200# IDE.
By Zeeshan - Learn about the link list as an example of a compile-time data structure and implement it with template meta-programming.
By TheCPUWizard - Learn to develop a powerful and flexible application architecture.
By TT(n) - The Windows "Turn off" buttons are three or more steps away from the desktop work area, depending on your personal settings. This can be not only inconvenient, but downright bothersome at times. These programs can power down the computer, in just one or two steps.
By Bradley L. Jones - Visual Basic developers will be happy with the new simple feature coming to Visual Basic - a feature languages like C# have had all along....
By Anton Zlobin - Explore various aspects of getting information by IP Address.
By Hannes du Preez - Learn how to change all the mouse settings through the use of your Visual Basic program and the Registry.
By Andrey Karpov - Discover some ways to increase the performance of 64-bit Windows applications.
Hannes du Preez - 12/10/2008 Learn to create an application that can set and apply most TaskBar settings.