Monthly Archives: November 2013

Memory Mapped Files with C#

Today I’m going to talk about Memory Mapped Files in C#. A memory-mapped file contains the contents of a file in virtual memory. This mapping between a file and memory space enables an application, including multiple processes, to modify the

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Helping others, help themselves

I’m going to cover some management/leadership/mentoring items in today’s post. There are two statements that I have learned from two of my previous bosses that have continued to stick with me that I’m going to share today. One is “What

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Logging with NLog and Papertrail with C#

In this post I’m going to spend some time discussing logging with NLog and Papertrail within C#. Logging is a must have item in any software program for a variety of reasons. Logging can help you determine when issues are

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