I’m finally convinced that we’re looking to the wrong country for off-shoring. The .NET developers down in Australia keep doing things that just make me go WOW! For instance, take Paul Stovell’s new SyncLINQ demonstration. It adds ObservableCollection capabilities to a LINQ query. But wait there’s more! You can also tell SyncLINQ that you want your query run in the background (allowing your UI to update as Items come in). Finally you can tell SyncLINQ to rerun your query in the background on a given interval, also updating the UI automatically. I’ve already got a few ideas for which I can put SyncLINQ to good use.
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