Each Thursday at work my team and I do a 45 minute to an hour discussion on any technical subject that we find interesting. We call these Thursday get togethers tech talks and I think they are awesome. We’ve been doing them for years and I’m hoping to start reposting our subjects and a blurb about our discussions each week after they happen.… Read the rest
When it comes to node.js you hear a lot of hype, good and bad, so I’ve finally decided to take the plunge and investigate for myself what the fuss is about. So far it’s been interesting.
I’m not really building anything in particular right now, I’m just playing with different tech stacks to see how things are done.… Read the rest
As a software engineer I spend all day (hopefully) writing code. I love code and I love that there are languages that help me solve problems and create solutions. But as an engineer I always want to know more about the tools I work with so I recently picked up “Language Implementation Patterns” by Terence Parr and decided I was going to learn how to build a language.… Read the rest
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Aspect-oriented programming is an interesting way to decouple common method level logic into localized methods that can be applied on build. For C#, PostSharp is a great tool that does the heavy lifting of the MSIL rewrites to inject itself in and around your methods based on method tagging with attributes.… Read the rest