Computer science student, web developer, and blogger. I love C# and ASP.NET , enjoy regular expressions, and probably drink too much coffee.
My Open Source Projects
- jQuery.passwordStrength is a minimalist jQuery plugin that visualizes the strength of a password a user enters into a password input field.
- ExtraLINQ provides a bunch of additional extension methods for LINQ to Objects that simplify your code and improve its readability. The library is also available as a NuGet package.
- NAverage extends the built-in
Enumerable.Average()LINQ extension method that ships with .NET 3.5 by a variety of additional average calculation algorithms.
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