The 2016 We Are Developers conference is coming up. The event has grown a lot since last year: more than 500 fellow developers are attending. I’m looking forward to exciting talks and thrilling discussions about modern
Known as “Uncle Bob” throughout the community, Robert C. Martin has already written numerous books about clean code. [...] The second book in his series of clean code books is a collection of advice and guidelines on how to improve existing code and how to write clean code in the first place.
I don't read books to keep up-to-date with the latest industry changes but to improve myself as a software developer. [...] Even if you already know a lot about refactoring and the most common refactoring patterns are natural to you, this book is worth the time for various reasons.
Searching the Internet for "WCF timeouts" brings up a whole lot of material. Until now, however, I have not found the place™ explaining all the different timeout settings, why they exist and what their respective side effects are. This article tries to synthesize the bits and bytes I discovered into a single, comprehensive article.