Recursive iterator performance, part 2

On Friday I post some observations on the performance of recursive iterators in C#.  Since then I’ve received a few emails from folks stating that, while converting the recursive iterator to an iterative iterator with an explicit stack made sense for that particular problem, they didn’t see how it could be generalized. First, it should be…


Recursive iterator performance

Just got back from a very successful week at WinDev in Boston.  Not only was the conference good, but it was great being back in Boston for the Red Sox victory.  Lots of folks at the conference asked me if I was a Yankees fan as I currently live and work in NYC, but my…


TechNet Magazine

All of the feature articles from the premiere issue of TechNet Magazine are now online!  The rest of the content will be online next week. In the meantime, the magazine should be arriving in many of your mailboxes very soon (if it hasn’t already), and the issue will be on newstands early next week. We’re…


WinDev Coding Questions

I’m up at WinDev in Boston this week (I know, I know, it’s really Quincy), and last night MSDN had an Ask The Experts reception where, in addition to the great food and drink, we also gave away some cool prizes for correct answers to .NET trivia and coding questions.  I’ve included the code questions…


November 2004 MSDN Magazine now online!

The November 2004 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online!http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/11/default.aspx with the November installment of my favorite column, .NET Matters, available here:http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/11/NETMatters/default.aspx


StringCollectionEditor

Anton asked about design-time editing for the Words property (a StringCollection) of my ImageHipChallenge control.  It’s a good question. I actually intended to adorn the property with [Browsable(false)] so that the property wouldn’t show up in the PropertyGrid in the designer (my original intent for this property was that in code you would open up…


Media Player Plug-ins

I wrote a short article for MSDN which demonstrates how easy it is to write fun Audio DSP plug-ins for Windows Media Player. Karaoke, Windows Media Player Style Have fun.