Learn Java so Far so Good Java 1D Array

Hi, I am happy to announce, that my learn Java journey at the Hacker Rank is going very nice. Today I was very happy to solve the code puzzle named Java 1D Array (Part 2) and this puzzle has already 39.64% success rate. And it category Data Structure Challenges most of the code puzzles has more than 90% of success rate. So far, so Continue ReadingLearn Java so Far so Good Java 1D Array

Learn Java proof at Hacker Rank in Tag Content Extractor

Hi, some time ago I started learn Java language. I ma trying to self-study learn of the Java. And I have to say that the language is very nice and with deep knowledge of C# my progress is fast. I want to show you today here one of nice code puzzle solution named Tag Content Extractor. It take me some time. I started learn Continue ReadingLearn Java proof at Hacker Rank in Tag Content Extractor

Tutorial of MS SQL Extended Events in 7 T-SQL Steps

Hi, today I would like to show you how you can use Extended Events Sessions on SQL Server 2008 or above. Extended Event Sessions are future of monitoring of the SQL Server. From many years solutions that used SQL Profiler Traces or DMV were not always accurate and fast. DMV queries could be very fast. However it is impossible to get statistics only per Continue ReadingTutorial of MS SQL Extended Events in 7 T-SQL Steps

Simple Service Bus Training

Hi, today I prepared my first screencast training on YouTube about the Simple Service Bus I made. It took me a lot of effort and it is just a start. If you like such content please share that information in comments. I would love to make more such videos in future. Here you can find ( downloads). Enjoy! p ;).

SQL Ninja uses ORDER BY with CASE

Hi, today I want to show you simple technique which can be used when you need parameterised ORDER BY cause in T-SQL. Sometimes you may want to have elegant query. Example is from my today’s code review that I gave to colleague. On the Internet is very difficult to find such solution. So, I decided to show it to you here. There are many Continue ReadingSQL Ninja uses ORDER BY with CASE

Multi Service Bus Project Launch

Hi, I started today Multi Service Bus (GIT repo) project. Already I have full C# implementation. And I will be working on other languages implementations. First on Java and than on C++. I have some ideas how to made this in Java, but overall I am not Java expert, only C# expert, so that may be a bit difficult at the beginning. But I Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Project Launch

Settlers IV PL on MacBook Pro in FullScreen 16:10

Hi. today I want to share with you solution of making Settlers IV PL – Gold Edition v. 2.50.1516 working on MacBook Pro fullscreen in 16:10 aspect ration resolution. Settlers IV is in my opinion one of the best fairy tail designed computer strategy. It was published in 2001 and still you can buy it. Also it not using DRM, so it is very Continue ReadingSettlers IV PL on MacBook Pro in FullScreen 16:10

Coding by to Design of KinectCamV2

Hi, today I want to share with you design example of KinectCamV2. Steve Jobs sometimes used to say that design is not about how solutions and devices look, it is about how they work. And I just have seen today very nice design example at home of KinectCamV2. So, at this moment I had a good idea of today’s post for my blog. I Continue ReadingCoding by to Design of KinectCamV2

FastStringKeyDictionary Intro

Hi, today I will show you intro, partly implemented code of the fast dictionary with string type key. My work is partial. There are tests for Add, ContainsKey and TryGetValue methods. If you like you can continue this work and add also Remove method and an Enumerator. I left that to give you a direction and the idea but I want to left something Continue ReadingFastStringKeyDictionary Intro

Binary Tree Visible Nodes Counting

Hi, today I would like to share with you solution of the code puzzle with binary tree. There are 2 trees examples t1 and t2 and your job is to find visible nodes and visible nodes are that are not smaller then all parents. When you go down for t1 tree you can find 4 such visible nodes. And for the second tree there Continue ReadingBinary Tree Visible Nodes Counting