SkillsC#, WPF, MVVM, WCF, OPC (DCOM & UA)
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Just got 3 Enki invites.
Use code: BBOHA441
If you don't know what Enki is, check out their website: https://enki.com/
As I was faster yesterday, I want to inform @futoricky and @wubstepper.
Hope you guys can catch an invite.
Text stolen from @szenjanos :D8
I'd love to start a pet project, but my brain refuses to come up with an idea. 😑
At least I'm used to it, seems like my creativity is not existent.14
Once upon a time as a developer for Palm handhelds I wrote an application in C which had to print via a Bluetooth printer.
When connected by wire everything was perfect, switching to BT it kept crashing for weeks without me finding the source of the problem.
Then came the day of my companies summer party. I've been the last guy to sit in front of the PC, investigating my problem, when at about 9 PM my boss came and told me, I should grab something to eat. So I went down, drank three beer and got back to work.
At about 9:45 PM the damn wrong * was replaced by the correct & and everything was fine.
Watching people creating a UI in XAML by dragging and dropping controls from the toolbox makes me want to hit them.2
"Execuse me, this specification is not clear in a whole lot of points. Can you please go over it and clarify things?"
"Nope. Just interpret it intelligently."
Legacy code written under the pressure oft a deadline by people not knowing the capabilities of the framework they use.
I am doomed...2
Coolest project was an order and billing solution for restaurants on Palm handhelds, written in C.
The cool thing was to completely develop the Bluetooth stack for communicating with printers for orders and bills.
This was the project to really teach me the diff between & and *.
Must have been around 2003, but I bet it's still running.