The Daily Six Pack: January 6, 2016

On 6 January, 2016 00:15:31, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
Coding4Fun Projects
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Sad Facebook Reality For Many People

On 19 October, 2015 00:11:16, in Technology, by Dirk Strauss
How Facebook Influences People

Sad Facebook is sad and it wants you to be happy…. well perhaps not, but it sounded cool saying that. I have come across very few people that don’t use Facebook. Some might not have their own account, but they invariably use their spouse’s Facebook account. Then you get the John and Jane Smith accounts. You know, those husband and wife accounts one seems to find more often these days. A very cool video uploaded by Higton Bros illustrates exactly what I believe many experience in some small way or another.

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The Daily Six Pack: September 23, 2015

On 23 September, 2015 00:15:32, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
Exception Filters In C#
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The Daily Six Pack: May 5, 2015

On 5 May, 2015 00:30:05, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
Navigate Visual Studio File History
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Destroying Programmer Productivity

On 15 July, 2014 01:00:53, in Programming, by Dirk Strauss

There is much to be said for the programmer that can zone themselves out from all the noise in the office. I used to work with such a programmer. She would sit and code with her headphones on (not uncommon for most programmers), but what made Taryn unique was that she was very good at programming. She had her ‘thing’ down to a T, and would pump out excellent code in