Today I’m going to talk about a little tool which has been helping me for the last two and a half years to get along with windows. It is called Keypirinha.
After a long break, caused by various inevitable visits to doctors and hospitals, I happily present the next article. I also consider the title to be somewhat fitting. Today, I want to talk a little bit about return statements. The article is aimed at newcomers to programming, but maybe it is also helpful for one …
Today I’d like to show provide you with some tips for resource files in C#.NET. If you don’t know what the header means, have a look at this link. TL;DR: It’s about localisation of applications.
Don’t worry, this won’t be a post where I’m raving about the incapacities of an OS and unreasonably bash one company and praise the other. I only want to highlight three things that I am missing when I’m working with a Windows machine.
A long time ago, at university, I discussed with a colleague how to save numbers and how to represent them to application’s user. Unfortunately, we never agreed.
Today’s post is very short and it doesn’t deal with technical stuff – but with languages.