Tag: c#

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Recap my online year 2012

The year 2012 was for me a year that went way to fast. In the year 2012 I learned a lot new stuff, wrote several blog posts and read lots of blog posts and articles. First of all I want you to give a list of all blog posts I wrote this year. You can find the complete list here http://marcofranssen.nl/2012/ and here http://marcofranssen.nl/2012/page/2/. JavaScript http://marcofranssen.nl/writing-modular-javascript-without-polluting-the-global-namespace/ http://marcofranssen.nl/knockout-js-mappings/ Windows 8 http://marcofranssen.nl/install-windows-8-consumer-preview-on-vhd/ http://marcofranssen.nl/install-windows-8-from-rusty-256-mb-usb-stick/ Windows Phone http://marcofranssen.nl/minesweeper-7/ http://marcofranssen.nl/shortify-for-windows-phone-7/ http://marcofranssen.nl/sokoban-7/ http://marcofranssen.nl/windows-phone-theme-colors/ ASP.NET MVC http://marcofranssen.nl/secure-your-web-app-fluently/ .NET C#  http://marcofranssen.nl/delegate-your-equality-comparisons/ Powershell http://marcofranssen.nl/unblock-downloaded-files-with-powershell/ I even wrote a non-technical article http://marcofranssen.nl/pitching-equals-invisible-convincing/ Second I want to share my starred articles from my reading archive. I used pocket to bookmark, read and archive my articles, which enables me now to share all starred articles with you.

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Delegate your equality comparisons

When using Linq on your Entity Framework objects, you often need to distinct your query results. Therefore you need to implement an IEqualityComparer for the more advance scenario’s. For example if yo