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If you've registered a patent, there's a chance you might land on some scammers hit-lists. Our latest blog explores a few ways of how the dodgy brothers could come looking for you. 
Intellectual property assets are often not well understood by many Australian business owners, and this fact is taken advantage of by some overseas companies. Unsolicited IP services have a long history and provide a lucrative income for their proponents, with little outlay. Once your money has been handed over, there is little chance of ever getting it back. Some unsolicited service offerings are unsophisticated and can basically be characterise...
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Happy Birthday OpenCover
Happy Birthday Today OpenCover is 4 (four) years old, where has the time gone? In that time it has had over 60,000 nuget downloads , been adopted by the SharpDevelop community as the coverage tool for their IDE, and, as I found out the other day, is also be...
Happy Birthday Today OpenCover is 4 (four) years old, where has the time gone? In that time it has had over 60,000 nuget downloads, been adopted by the SharpDevelop community as the coverage tool for their IDE, and, as I foun...
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A beta version of OpenCover is now available that supports Microsoft Fakes - only tested VS2013 so far. Testers with large mocking needs appreciated :).
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I don't think the ASCII-over-metal-riff protocol is terribly efficient.
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This post is about the magic constant 0x5f3759df and an extremely neat hack, fast inverse square root, which is where the constant comes from. Meet the inverse square root hack: float FastInvSqrt(f...
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Microservices... Where to Start?
Micro-services are becoming a "thing" now and are probably de-facto when someone begins a new project and are thinking about hosting in the cloud but where do you start when you have a brown field project. Now I don't have any hot answers or amazing insight...
Micro-services are becoming a "thing" now and are probably de-facto when someone begins a new project and are thinking about hosting in the cloud but where do you start when you have a brown field project. Now I don't have an...
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Using GMock with Visual Studio CppUnitTestFramework
One of the things I have been a bit disappointed with myself during the development of OpenCover  is the lack of unit testing around the C++ code that makes up the profiler. I did toy with GTest and got some decent tests around the instrumentation engine bu...
One of the things I have been a bit disappointed with myself during the development of OpenCover is the lack of unit testing around the C++ code that makes up the profiler. I did toy with GTest and got some decent tests aroun...
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Learn everything you need to know about a company with just a few questions.
Job interviews are a two-way street, and while a future employer will typically spend the bulk of the time during an interview asking you questions, it's good to ask some questions yourself. 99u has 12 questions worth asking.
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This graphic offers some good looking font and typeface alternatives to bull, boring, overused ones - perfect for websites or documents! And remember, never use Comic Sans.

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Developer of OpenCover; maintainer of PartCover.
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.NET Developer with an strange interest in .NET profilers that do IL rewriting. Not enough spare change to be a true geek. Does not own any iWants.
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Played fetch at 30m with a wild dolphin - it won; been chased by a flotilla of lion fish.
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    2012 - present
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