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19 Jul 2013 by Gaurav_Chhatbar
Object oriented implementation of basic language processing / parsing leveraging LINQ / PRISM / UnityContainer.
2 Jan 2020 by Alexandre Bencz
DotNetPELib is a library which abstracts managed information such as namespaces, classes, fields, methods, and instructions. The information can then be used to generate assembly language source files, or PE executables or DLLs.
10 Nov 2010 by Simeon Sheye
Quality Gate One Studio is a testing framework that suggests a new approach to unit and integration testing.
23 Oct 2010 by Ahmed_Said
Creating a custom Jumplist with custom events and examining all of its features in Windows Forms 3.5
22 Dec 2012 by Amit Bezalel
Get simple debug info from a tray icon.
17 Jan 2011 by Simeon Sheye
How fast can a loop reading from memory be made to run and how does loop constructs, data types, interfaces, unrolling and hoisting affect performance?