Lost Column #2: Unsafe Image Processing

(circa November 15, 2001)  I think this column stands up pretty well without caveat. I should note that I wrapped the image class to provide nicer pixel-based access in a class you can find here. I suggest basing your code on that rather than what I wrote in the column. I should also note that the grey-scale code isn’t what…

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App Domains and dynamic loading (the lost columns)

As promised, I’m going to start republishing some of my columns that were eaten by MSDN.   I spent some time reading this one and deciding whether I would re-write it so that it was, like, correct. But it became clear that I didn’t have a lot of enthusiasm towards that, so I’ve decided to post it…

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My latest column is live

My latest column is live on MSDN. This one shows the socket-based peer-to-peer system that I built for my ongoing music scheduling project. As you may or may not know, there is no support for serialization on the compact framework, so I had to build my own. It ended being pretty cool. In other news,…

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C# Column: Web Services, Remoting, and PocketPC

My most recent C# column has gone live on MSDN. In it, I talk about what I learned in trying to build a remote control application that runs on the PocketPC using the compact framework. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dncscol/html/csharp07172003.asp If you have comments on the column, please enter them, and I’ll be sure to respond.

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