My work and hobby concern programming: I'm interested in data-mining, and enjoy collecting interesting stats from last.fm's openly accessible web-services.
Open source libraries:
ValueUtils (nuget: ValueUtils) provides a .NET base class for ValueObjects with auto-implemented
Equalsusing runtime code generation to perform similar to hand-rolled versions. Can also generate hash function and equality delegates for other types.
ExpressionToCode (nuget: ExpressionToCodeLib) generates C# source code from LINQ expression trees and can annotate that code with runtime values, which is hopefully useful in Unit Testing (integrates with NUnit, xUnit.net & mstest, but runs fine without a unit test framework too).
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