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Anders Gustafsson Cureos AB
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Portable AForge and Accord libraries - Now on NuGet!
I have finally taken the step and published the Portable AForge.NET and Portable Accord.NET libraries on NuGet ! This means that it has now become a no-brainer to effortlessly include these libraries in your mobile or tablet application, regardless of wheth...

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Smartphone image processing development made easy!
A very popular open source C# project for image processing, neural networks, machine learning etc. is the AForge.NET Framework , developed by Andrew Kirillow. AForge.NET has been used in numerous applications . It also forms the basis for the Accord.NET Fra...

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PCL Tips and Tricks: String sbyte constructor*
The introduction of Portable Class Libraries, PCL, considerably facilitates the sharing of functionality across managed Microsoft and Xamarin platforms. I am very enthusiastic about the PCL concept, and I have ported several .NET Framework open source proje...

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Upgrading Caliburn Micro from 1.5 to 2.0 for a WPF application
I am happy to see that the Model-View-View Model (MVVM) framework  Caliburn Micro is adopting the Portable Class Library approach in version 2.0, and I thought that now would also be a good time to upgrade some of my existing applications from Caliburn Micr...

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PCL Tips and Tricks: Extension methods to the rescue
The introduction of Portable Class Libraries, PCL, considerably facilitates the sharing of functionality across managed Microsoft and Xamarin platforms. I am very enthusiastic about the PCL concept, and I have ported several .NET Framework open source proje...

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BioSuite and DICOM
A few years ago Dr. Julian Uzan together with Professor Alan Nahum developed a comprehensive research tool for radiobiological evaluation and optimization, called BioSuite . The tool has continuously evolved and has been made available at no extra cost for ...

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Arrays are bound to get you into trouble
A few days ago I read this old yet informative blog post by Eric Lippert, about why it is good practice to avoid arrays as much as possible in your C# code. Since I am working a lot with numerical computations, I do use arrays quite a lot since they tend to...
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