Alireza Noori

Iran

anoori.me

Age: 29

Alireza Noori - (Website)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Software developer

I’m professionally familiar with:

  • Desktop: C# (Winforms, WPF, Metro, etc.), C++, Pascal, Java and VB

  • Web: ASP.Net MVC, PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML

  • ...

Visit my website at: http://anoori.me/

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comment Move line until it hits a collection of points
Thank you @amuse well said my friend
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comment Move line until it hits a collection of points
Do you think you can maybe help me do this?
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comment Move line until it hits a collection of points
I think the 1st option is better. Easier to implement maybe.
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comment Move line until it hits a collection of points
@psoshmo Frankly I've worked the whole day and my mind has stopped working hours ago. If you need me to try something before you try to answer, well I can't at the moment.
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comment Fibers vs async await
@StephenCleary Thank you for this comment.
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comment Fibers vs async await
@timmyl sorry for answering late. It is implemented manually using Enumarables
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comment Fibers vs async await
Thanks for the through explanation. I really appreciate it. I think one of the biggest issue with fibers is the lack of .Net support as you mentioned.
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comment Invalidate user credentials when password changes
Thank you very much. I think 30 mins is enough. I was just wondering if it ever invalidates the credential. Glad to know password change will log users out eventually (after 30 mins).
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comment Moving items to list of items in an Entity Framework migration
Thanks a lot. Worked flawlessly. Only correction: WHERE Foods.ID = r.Food_ID in your UPDATE statement.
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