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Crypto Logger For Net

On 28 October, 2013 08:36:36, in Reviewed, by Dirk Strauss

Crypto Logger For Net - If you have been developing software for any length of time, you will know that at some point or another you will be required to log application events such as errors or other information. This is especially true if you are creating an application without a user interface such as a Windows Service. Many times you can revert to writing your own implementation of a logging framework, but this takes time to do. So what options are left?

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Ten Minutes With…Senthil Kumar

On 11 October, 2013 08:20:13, in Interviews, by Dirk Strauss

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Senthil Kumar – Chances are that if you are into Windows Phone development or IT in general, you will have read an article on the Internet written by Senthil Kumar. With multiple speaking engagements and a leader in the software industry, it is clear why the Software Engineer from Bangalore is in high demand.

This is evident when you visit his blogs. I was lucky enough to be able to have caught up with him and threw a few questions his way.

Bio

Senthil Kumar is a Software Engineer and a blogger from Bangalore. He is passionate about Windows Phone and .NET technologies.

Blogs: MobileOSGeek(All about Mobile Development) and Ginktage
Twitter: @isenthil

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The Daily Six Pack: October 1, 2013

On 1 October, 2013 06:00:14, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
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The Daily Six Pack: September 18, 2013

On 18 September, 2013 06:00:08, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
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Ten Minutes With… Sean Sexton

On 6 September, 2013 07:00:41, in Interviews, by Dirk Strauss

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I had the pleasure of chatting to Sean Sexton about all things code, life and a little in between. Sean maintains an excellent blog that is well worth visiting if you are into C# or WPF.

Bio

Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about .NET technologies. Equally passionate about my own personal projects related to family history and preservation of family stories and photos.

Blog: 2,000 Things You Should Know About C# and 2,000 Things You Should Know About WPF

Twitter: @spsexton

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The Daily Six Pack: August 27, 2013

On 27 August, 2013 06:00:51, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
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The Daily Six Pack: July 15, 2013

On 15 July, 2013 06:00:10, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss

Buying Bitcoin Featured

Buying Bitcoin in South Africa has probably not been the easiest of things to do, until now. Jeffrey Denning has a great article on how to do just that. He also points out that you can use an all South African exchange too. If you aren’t into mining Bitcoins, why not buy them? Check out his article in today’s Feature Link.

Then we have another nice article by Sean Sexton, uncovering some little C# Gems. If you are a C# developer, I highly suggest that you follow Sean’s blog. I promise you that you will learn something new… that is unless you are Jon Skeet. :)

Lastly Gunnar Peipman talks about how he uses OneNote. I must say that whenever I start using OneNote, I have somehow always managed to forget about using it. It just lacks something that I could never quite put my finger on. This post by Gunnar hits the nail on the head (for me anyway). He has OneNote available across all devices because he is using Windows devices (Windows Phone, Surface RT etc) that sync with SkyDrive. I on the other hand use primarily Apple, so I find it easier to use apps that sync across devices via iCloud.

Well that is it for today’s edition of The Daily Six Pack. I hope that you all have a great Monday. See you tomorrow!

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The Daily Six Pack: July 5, 2013

On 5 July, 2013 06:00:44, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss

Windows 8.1 with .Net Framework 3.5 Featured

Windows 8.1 with .Net Framework 3.5 – Kunal Chowdhury gives us the low down on how to make it work on a fresh install.

Gunnar Peipman talks about Edit and Continue with 64-bit apps being supported in Visual Studio 2013.

Lastly, New York get’s it’s own unique Web domain.

Today I have taken the day off. I decided however to still post a quick Daily Six Pack. Have an excellent Friday! Here is The Daily Six Pack.

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The Daily Six Pack: June 25, 2013

On 25 June, 2013 06:00:59, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss

iOS7 Hidden Features Featured

Evolution of C# is nicely represented in this graphic shared by Zubair Ahmed. Jonathan Allen also talks about .NET memory profiling using Visual Studio 2013 while Gunnar Peipman shares some Office 365 goodness.

Lastly, bookmark GeekLift, an awesome regular post by Josh Benson. I have really found the info succinct and easy to understand which makes it extremely useful. So head on over there to have a look at it.

Have a happy Tuesday folks. Here is The Daily Six Pack!

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Today’s Comic

Today’s xkcd comic is a topic of one of my upcoming blog posts, so stay tuned for that.

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