Async and Async Void Event Handling in WPF

Crimes with Go Generics

Chopping the monolith

Probabilistic Delta Debugging

Issue #208

4/25/2022

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Hope everyone had a lovely weekend. Mine was pretty nice. You'll notice that there is an extra "article" in today's issue. It's actually a research paper, which I'll be adding to every Monday issue (no promises, let's see how the first couple of weeks go). As always feel free to reach out to me about any comments or concerns you might have! And here's the issue.

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Async and Async Void Event Handling in WPF

Published: 22 April 2022
Tags: c#


Rick Strahl gives a brief overview of writing async code in C# and then demonstrates how to get around some nuanced issues in older .NET libraries like WinForms.


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Crimes with Go Generics

Published: 24 April 2022
Tags: go


Xe Iaso presents a Go package they've written that dives deeply into several examples of how to not use Go generics. Again, how to NOT use them.


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Chopping the monolith

Published: 24 April 2022
Tags: microservices, philosophy


Nicolas Fränkel philosophizes on the fact that most companies do micro-services wrong and proposes an approach to partially adopting them by splitting off parts of your monolith that are prone to frequent changes.


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Probabilistic Delta Debugging

Published: 18 August 2021
Tags: algorithms


Guancheng Wang, Ruobing Shen, Junjie Chen, Yingfei Xiong, and Lu Zhang present their work on creating a delta debugging (the act of finding an error through trial and error by iterating on some input) algorithm that is more efficient than the current popular choice (ddmin).


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Async and Async Void Event Handling in WPF 44 12.46% 48 12.73
Crimes with Go Generics 93 26.35% 101 26.79
Chopping the monolith 145 41.08% 155 41.11
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