This book is one of a series of texts written by faculty of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It was edited and produced by The MIT Press under a joint production-distribution arrangement with the McGraw-Hill Book Company. Scheme software is required to run the .scm files found on this course site.
That's right I started contributing code to CodeProject. My first article is Yet Another Wizard Control Sample. This article shortly describes the functionality of a Wizard control. This control uses VS.NET designers to give you a native support in the IDE. You can add pages to the wizard in the same way you add pages to a tab control. You can place additional controls on the wizard pages, also. The control provides run-time events for controlling page navigation. I provided a sample application, with code, to demonstrate this. The layout of the pages is based on the Wizard 97 Specification form MSDN, particularly on Graphic Design for Wizard Art for welcome and completion pages and interior pages also.
AOP is a technology whose time has come, but how do you choose the right tool for your projects? This is a series of articles about AOP. And this is a cool article about patterns and AOP JUnit Test Infected: Programmers Love Writing Tests
This article discusses: - Macros and the Visual Studio extensibility model - How to document a constructor automatically - Documenting exceptions thrown from methods and properties automatically - How to automatically copy XML documentation into a descendant class from its base type Code download available at XMLComments.exe (119KB)
IBM's code validator finds problems, offers solutions. When a developer runs the tool, it automatically generates a list of all the defects in the application. Clicking on any item in the list will open a window that shows exactly where that problem exists in the source code. A second window explains the rule or recommended pattern at issue and suggests how to fix the nonconforming code, so the developer simply has to follow instructions. Future versions of J2EE Code Validator may also feature an automated repair function. Instead of following directions to manually fix a defect, a developer will be able to use this capability to tell the tool to fix it instantly and automatically. Wouldn't it be nice to have this kind of tool for .NET?
Here are some new games programming resources: Amit’s Game Programming Information Amit's Thoughts on Path-Finding and A-Star