One thought after another

Dagens fotnoter… #4

WPF Performance Suite

“The WPF Performance Suite enables you to analyze the run-time behavior of your WPF applications and determine performance optimizations that you can apply.”

Microsoft Health CUI – SearchAndPrescribe-control


“It turns any computer into a wireless home automation center by being the link between your computer and electronics & lights.”

Dagens fotnoter… #3


“Best practices in Application Architecture”

Espen Eckbo

Tett på en utvikler – it-utvikler Ragnar Hoff

Dagens fotnoter… #2

David Brady & Robert C. Martin

“Is SOLID A Good Idea?”

Dagens fotnoter… #1

Jon Skeet

“Users don’t mark Jon Skeet’s answers as accepted. The universe accepts them out of a sense of truth and justice.”

C# 5: asynchronous programming

PDC10 Session The Future of C# and VB

Eric Lippert: “Today I want to talk about asynchrony that does not involve any multithreading whatsoever.”


Multiple tables to one object-mapping with

SyntaxHighlighter and Objective-C

I have always used  Alex Gorbatchevs SyntaxHighlighter to make code listings look pretty on this blog. There are several wordpress plugins that include these scripts automatically. It has one shortcoming, though. It doesn’t include any syntax highlighter for objective-c. When searching the net for some tips on how to add this feature, I found yet another wordpress plugin, SyntaxHighlighter Evolved, and this one included some additional languages, including objective-c. Great! Whats not so great, though, is that instead of using the pre-tag, it uses custom -tags. I guess there will be more difficult to switch between plugins in the feature…