The updated version of the Data Structures and Algorithms book that Luca and I wrote is flying out once more! We are really very happy to see how many people are downloading our book. In total (counting the previous release) the book has had nearly 16,000 downloads! Amazing. If you haven’t already got a copy what are you waiting for?! Its free so you don’t have to reach into those empty pockets at this time of year. Download the updated version of the Data Structures and Algorithms book here! Enjoy. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Just in time for Christmas 😉 You can download a revised version of the book Data Structures and Algorithms: Annotated Reference with Examples here! The last version of the book has had just under 14,000 downloads since we released it. Download the book now! Data Structures and Algorithms: Annotated Reference with Examples
I thought I would share my experiences with Rotor on Vista (x86 and x64). First off Rotor is an open source version of a big chunk of what’s in the full commercial .NET that you use on your machine today BUT certain things in Rotor are no where near the quality of that in the commercial .NET – keep that in mind. I hacked around with Rotor on several setups not including the supported setup (XP with SP2 and VC++ 8.0). My mileage with each is briefly summarized below. Vista x64 with VC++ 9.0 I tried to get Rotor working … Continue reading Shared Source CLI (aka Rotor) on Vista