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Jul 19 2024
How to train your cat to code: bizarre learning approaches
Alena Fokanova
Has your little hamster forgotten how to write C# code? Is it trying to get back into programming, but time has flown by so fast that C# 12 has already come out? Or maybe your kitty can't plan...
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Jul 15 2024
Cursed fire, or magic of C preprocessor
Guest
Have you ever wondered if you could fully write code using only the #define directive in C? It's well-known that the C++ templates are Turing-complete—developers write ray tracers that do...
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Jul 12 2024
Authorization pitfalls: what does Keycloak cloak?
Valerii Filatov
User authorization and registration are important parts of any application, not only for users but also for security. What pitfalls does the source code of a popular open-source identity...
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Jul 08 2024
An insect is sitting in your compiler and doesn't want to leave for 13 years
Grigory Semenchev
Let's imagine you have a perfect project. Tasks get done, your compiler compiles, static analyzers analyze, and releases get released. At some point, you decide to open an ancient file that...
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Jul 05 2024
.NET Digest #1
Artem Rovenskii
Welcome to our first news and event digest for the .NET world! The C# developers from PVS-Studio have gathered the most interesting and useful insights for you to keep you up to date with the...
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Jul 03 2024
Code whisperers and rubber duck sorcery: do developers have superstitions?
Polina Alekseeva
Bugs, bugs, bugs... There's so much in that word, and there are just so many of them. It's merely enough to freak anyone out or develop a phobia. And no wonder; you never know when a regular error...
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Jun 28 2024
Compilation of C# conference talks from 2023-2024
Anastasiya Vorobeva
We've recently posted a compilation of C++ talks, but we don't want to leave out C# developers. So, here are some interesting conference talks from the world of .NET and C#.
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Jun 26 2024
12 moments of typos and copy-paste, or why AI hallucinates: checking OpenVINO
Alexey Gorshkov
"OpenVINO is a toolkit that boosts deep AI learning to interact with the real world. Now it's more effective!" This incredible news is a call to action for us. The project code has been...
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Jun 24 2024
C++ programmer's guide to undefined behavior: part 2 of 11
Andrey Karpov, Dmitry Sviridkin
Your attention is invited to the second part of an e-book on undefined behavior. This is not a textbook, as it's intended for those who are already familiar with C++ programming. It's a kind of...
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Jun 21 2024
Bitwise operators in Java: unpacking ambiguities
Kirill Epifanov
The "&" and "|" operators are pretty straightforward and unambiguous when applied correctly. But do you know all the implications of using bitwise operators instead of logical ones in Java? In...
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