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Objective-C and C#: Brothers From Another Mother

05/24/2012 Leave a comment

My colleague Paul Irwin just posted an article called Translating Objective-C to C# – Part 1 of n. I think it’s an excellent synopsis. Having myself spent nearly a year and a half doing Objective-C programming part time before learning to C#, this is a topic that hits home for me. There are a couple of areas that warrant some additional clarification, as they are obscure for most Objective-C and .NET programmers alike.
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Meet blaze: C# without cruft!

01/11/2012 Leave a comment

I’ve officially renamed SharpPad as ‘blaze’. Same scripting core host, but a new icon, new installer URL, and thanks to Brandon Berry, new features!

For a limited time, you can download install directly from http://web.me.com/z.gramana/blaze/.
You can still get the source from https://bitbucket.org/zgramana/sharpscript (although I’ll be moving the repository soon).

NOTE: If you have already installed SharpPad, you’ll need to install blaze from the location above in order to received auto-updates.

Dangerous .NET CLR Quirk Lurks In Unfiltered Generic Methods

03/02/2011 3 comments

Step right up! Step right up! Come inside and watch in horror as our sample C# code compiles, runs, and spectacularly fails right before your unbelieving eyes.

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