I've talked about it for a long time, but I've finally done it. I've finally removed my blog's dependency on WordPress.
I know I'm kind of late to the party but I'm really digging Markdown posts and static pages.
In case you haven’t heard, I’m leaving Blizzard Entertainment.
If you know me, you know Blizzard Entertainment has been the only goal I’ve had in life. I was raised by Blizzard. I have Blizzard in my veins. Blizzard is a large part of my identity.
This piece is from a journal entry I made on January 13th, 2017 with the irrelevant parts removed. That was the day after I gave my notice to resign. My journal entries are weird, I write them kind of like stories to myself. They are written so that I may remember what I felt should I read them again.
An exploration of how the Array and List classes, from the System.Generic.Collections namespace, implement sorting in .NET framework 4.5+. My curiosity was peaked when no one I had discussed the topic with knew how it was implemented.
I purposefully chose to look into arrays and lists because these are the collections I use most frequently in day-to-day programming. I think it’s worth knowing and I hope some of my readers learn something new.
A look at using Chromium Embedded and React to build user interfaces for WPF and WinForms applications.
This post is equally applicable to any other front end framework, including Angular and Ember.