Create A Zip File Using .NET

Create A Zip File Using .NET

Zip files are the most ubiquitous compression format in computing history, with it first being invented in 1986 by Phillip Katz. Since then, the Zip file has found its way into every operating system as the de facto compression method....

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Fix .NET Dependencies With Monkey Patching

Fix .NET Dependencies With Monkey Patching

Many of us are dependent on open-source software (OSS). Countless hours of work, passion, and effort go into delivering even the smallest packages, and often these critical dependencies are handled by single individuals. Even the most meticulously planned and thought...

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Playing The Super Mario Bros. Theme With C#

Playing The Super Mario Bros. Theme With C#

C# programming isn’t all about enterprise development, databases, and web APIs. Most folks likely got into software development because of video games. We wanted to create our heroes, worlds, and adventures. Being a millennial myself, Super Mario holds a place...

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Using Bebop With A C# TCP Server

Using Bebop With A C# TCP Server

Coming from a web development background, I find that HTTP has suited most of my client/server communication needs reliably. Honestly, I generally don’t think too deeply about the protocol when working with ASP.NET. While HTTP is a robust protocol, transmitting...

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