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Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardPure gold, and oh so accurate. https://t.co/WyMUrC4buZ
Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardPInvoke libraries on nuget just hit their 0.1-rc version. Give API feedback before we lock down the API patterns. https://t.co/zONMZdDbRd
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @rrelyea if it means I can get swapchain... HELL YES"Why would I buy a car with air bags, mine works just fine." "Why would I update to Windows 10, Windows 7 works just fine."
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Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardThis why I start IMs with "hey". Allows them to tell me they're busy https://t.co/z3DoTQybYL @terrajobst how dare you eat! Get back on GitHub 😊... but most of this crap comes from Google AdSense ... https://t.co/yZOnu6j14F
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @derekakessler my 43" feels tiny now @derekakessler yay!!!! What screen size you got? @derekakessler weirdly I'm doing that today too...when an enemy ship tells you to power down your shields so you can truly enjoy the photon torpedo experience https://t.co/dgrxYbKbl7
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @terrajobst @yigalatz @cowbs https://t.co/l9Tw3J8u0U @WinObs @rodtrent no issue on band 1 @ericlaw there's a registry hack to fix that if I remember correctlyUse of regex is like using inheritance: it should feel natural, not forced. If you have to coerce it, it's probably the wrong tool.
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @migueldeicaza oh, I can relate to that. Regexes are certainly looked down on too much, for sure.
Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardBefore we go any further, please remember that LEGO is both singular and plural. No LEGOS. #TFD10
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @gitforvs sometimes. Other times posh-gitIf you've never met a Luke before, it could be you :D - Daily WTF: Freelanced https://t.co/TwAMHIbrM0 #PHP #Programming #BadCode
Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardPeople think programming is this pure kind of logical thinking, when it's mostly 99% banging your head against a wall until the wall gives
Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardSurface Pro and iPad Pro - incomparable https://t.co/f2TVGqZrmK
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Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @getwired yeah it so was #2. And if not #3 @devhammer I suppose 😊 @getwired #2? @devhammer that's what the process selector is forPaaS: Puppies as a Service https://t.co/LDoX6kxsek @terrajobst good point. And of Unity, where does it go in this doc? @jrharmon82 @datachick fair enough @jrharmon82 @datachick in this simple case yes. But as we start moving to more and more complex JSON the differences become smaller @jrharmon82 @datachick buy that was the spec on top of XML, not XML itself @terrajobst thanks. I'm debating if we should include popular not MS onesYes yes yes! https://t.co/Pe1lZHd2MQI spent the last couple days working on #CoreFX documentation. Today I work on work code documentation.So in short only Microsoft builds for everyone. Whose evil here again? https://t.co/tYCFBpORJM @spboyer @aspnet no. Separation of concerns @terrajobst also, I blame you for my mentions blowing up 😁 @jonathansampson F12, Visual Studio, and Fiddler (I'm not joking) @terrajobst even if you're @JeffRichter, your still wrong 😁Thanks to a bunch of folks (esp. @shmuelie) CoreFX has now a pretty decent glossary. Enjoy! https://t.co/Cs1WZ9BGB1
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @terrajobst and you're turn! @terrajobst guess that means it's my turn for a pull request 😁 @terrajobst ping. Though it being 3 AM here (EST) I may have missed something. @ActiveNick ended up doing a benchmark for concurrent dictionary vs generic dictionary. Landslide victory for concurrent
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @andrewclinick @bldwin threading and locking @theesj @terrajobst .NET compiles to CIL which is cross platform....Hello, all! I'm building a list of Native American & First Nations people in tech. Suggestions and RTs, please! https://t.co/cDKddhUWOl
Retweeted by Shmueli EnglardMost organized atheism/"rationalism" is just as irrational as most religion as soon as you get into questions touching on gender/race/etc.
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @terrajobst good and now that you're done with that you can go review a pull request *whistles*Only in America do we accept weather predictions from a rodent but deny climate change from a scientist... #GroundhogDay
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @dotMorten ouch. That's never fun @dotMorten at least you're not debugging it, that was a nightmare! @Spacekatgal they're sooooo polite </sarcasm> @marypcbuk @brianlagunas @nickmcquire @SoftSavage @dotMorten I miss Windows RT 😞 @brianlagunas @marypcbuk @nickmcquire @SoftSavage @dotMorten 16bit got dropped 😞 @CarmenCrincoli @datachick or a teenager... Or someone in their 20s @noopkat a side note, I've been working with threads @noopkat if we use two System.Threading.ManualResetEvent locks we should be able to keep you in the middle 😁 @datachick and computers shutdown #TU16 #techunplugged @Shmuelie Good call! To be clear, we do not recommend attempting the actions illustrated in the image above. ;)
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @terrajobst is this one going to be silent too?How do @grytlappen and @Apeoholic retweet while on stage?Have I mentioned i have a love/hate relationship with threads?So according to the code comments Dictionary<TKey, TValue> is the same as Hashtable but with generics. So why is the first not thread safe? @ActiveNick know of any good resources on using concurrent collections vs generic with ReadWriteLock? @windowsdev generally speaking liquid and electronics don't mix. Just saying 😉There's a war going on in my timeline @devhammer @reybango very very true @noopkat not fun. Hope for better dreams!Perhaps making Windows 10 a recommended update was a really bad idea if this is what people would do next #fail https://t.co/P2P4PUXQER
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @WinObs turning off recommended updates all together and not just the one update is a BAD thing to tell people. Please stop this.
Retweeted by Shmueli Englard @reybango completely agree @reybango I feel like the rest of the web has moved past it @noopkat do I want to ask? @MichaelGillett @WinObs either way yes, was just curious for more context