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Playing Card Recognition Using AForge.Net Framework

This article describes how to recognize playing cards from still images or from real-time webcam feeds ,using the AForge.NET framework(C#).
7 Oct 2011, 12:56:00   Source: Playing Card Recognition Using AForge.Net Framework   Tags: C#

WPF.MichaelAgroskin

A free library of WPF controls and C# utility classes
6 Oct 2011, 16:28:00   Source: WPF.MichaelAgroskin   Tags: C#

Thinkin' About Async

The addition of asynchronous programming support to C# and Visual Basic marks the latest in a series of important evolutionary steps for Microsoft's flagship managed programming languages.
25 Sep 2011, 19:00:00   Source: Thinkin' About Async   Tags: C#

Asynchronous Programming: Async Performance: Understanding the Costs of Async and Await

It’s easy to get started writing asynchronous methods in C# and Visual Basic, but there can be hidden performance costs. Stephen Toub explores the ins and outs of asynchronous methods to give you a solid understanding of how they’re implemented under the covers and show some of the more nuanced costs involved.
25 Sep 2011, 19:00:00   Source: Asynchronous Programming: Async Performance:...   Tags: C#

Asynchronous Programming: Pause and Play with Await

Asynchronous methods in the upcoming versions of Visual Basic and C# are a great way to get the callbacks out of your asynchronous programming. Mads Torgersen takes a closer look at what the new await keyword actually does, starting at the conceptual level and working down to the iron.
25 Sep 2011, 19:00:00   Source: Asynchronous Programming: Pause and Play with Await   Tags: C#

Simple Ray Tracing in C# Part VII (Shadows)

Adding shadows to Simple Ray Tracing in C#
18 Aug 2011, 08:17:00   Source: Simple Ray Tracing in C# Part VII (Shadows)   Tags: C#

Expression Tree Basics

Using C# Expression Trees to build a custom sort routine
4 Aug 2011, 11:48:00   Source: Expression Tree Basics   Tags: C#

MVP Corner: Looking Back on the Great VB/C# War

Recently, I received an email comment on a blog post I wrote roughly 3 1/2 years ago. I had completely forgotten about writing the post, but as soon as I saw the title I remembered every word of it. It also got me thinking about who the guy was that wrote it... then and now.

30 Jun 2011, 19:00:00   Source: MVP Corner: Looking Back on the Great VB/C# War   Tags: C#

Detecting Manipulations in Data with Benford's Law – a C# class

Statistical tests to determine goodness of fit between a data set and the Benford distribution. Benford's Law is useful in detecting fraud or artificially created numbers in otherwise "natural" distributions.
23 Jun 2011, 16:26:00   Source: Detecting Manipulations in Data with Benford's Law – a...   Tags: C#

How to use a WebCam in C# with the .NET Framework 4.0 and Microsoft Expression Encoder 4

How to use a WebCam in C#.
28 May 2011, 23:43:00   Source: How to use a WebCam in C# with the .NET Framework 4.0 and...   Tags: C#