I’ve just been reading up on the newly announced Google Chrome browser that will no doubt set a new standard for browsers. Its built on the WebKit engine and includes some really really different train of thoughts on how browsers should act and behave. You can read a very nicely done Comic Strip on the new things we can expect to see, which I think is genius in itself.
Lutz Roeder just sent the word out that he has stopped working on Reflector handing the reigns to Red Gate Software who themselves have some impressive software such as the ANTS Profiler.
After more than eight years of working on .NET Reflector, I have decided it is time to move on and explore some new opportunities.
18/05/2020 Far easier solution was given by Paul in the comments section of the old blog. As the move to Hugo clobbered the comments, this article brings the workable solution from Paul and updated for 2020.
As you may be aware, Microsoft RTM’d SQL Server 2008 a few days ago, unfortunately if you have the RTM version of Visual Studio 2008 (any edition) installed you’ll find that installing SQL Server 2008 you’ll get a nasty little surprise: asg
So its back to reality of living back home! I’ve been slowly going through my mail and replying to everyones messages, one in particular stood out from someone asking me about how to implement the Singleton pattern properly in C# and Java.
First of all, lets go through what the Singleton Design Pattern is and where its used.
Well hello there yet again! After much procrastinating I’ve finally made my first initial post on the “official” thushanfernando.com blog! This is technically the third blog and hopefully the one that will stick till I’m old and gray (actually I’m already starting to go gray).
My previous blog is still available at DeveloperFusion’s blog roll, after so long I finally gave up on CommunityServer because of the constant comment spam and the lack of proper updating to address it.