James Michael Hare

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Welcome to my blog! I'm a Sr. Software Development Engineer in Seattle, WA. I've been doing C++/C#/Java development for over 18 years, but have definitely learned that there is always more to learn!

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November 2010 Entries

C#/.NET Little Wonders: DateTime is Packed with Goodies
Once again lets dive into the Little Wonders of .NET, those small things in the .NET languages and BCL classes that make development easier by increasing readability, maintainability, or performance. Today I’m going to focus a bit on the System.DateTime. This nice little value type (struct) has been in the BCL since the beginning, and while being broadly used to represent an instance of a date and time, there are many great properties, methods, and operators in this class that perhaps folks are less ......

Posted On Thursday, November 18, 2010 6:45 PM | Comments (8) | Filed Under [ My Blog C# Software .NET ]

C#/.NET Little Wonders & Little Pitfalls: The Complete Collection
I wanted to repost the index of all the Little Wonders and Little Pitfalls posts and presentations so that they would be readily visible for anyone new to these series. I also linked in my C#/.NET Fundamentals presentation "Of Lambdas and Linq", a short primer for those just starting with LINQ and lambda expressions. The Original C#/.NET Little Wonders Trilogy C#/.NET Five Little Wonders (part 1) C#/.NET Five More Little Wonders (part 2) C#/.NET Five Final Little Wonders (part 3) The C#/.NET Little ......

Posted On Thursday, November 11, 2010 7:05 PM | Comments (8) | Filed Under [ My Blog C# Software .NET ]

C#/.NET Fundamentals: Returning an Immutable Collection
Last week we discussed returning immutable POCOs from an enclosing class so that you can prevent someone who asks for your class’s data to mutate it out from under you. Now we’re going to get a little more complex and talk about returning immutable collections from an enclosing class for the same reasons. I will discuss several different methods for returning collections in a read-only fashion with their pros and cons, including performance implications. The Problem Many times you will create a type ......

Posted On Thursday, November 4, 2010 7:04 PM | Comments (7) | Filed Under [ My Blog C# Software .NET ]

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