As of now, it seems that OData does not support using $filter where the value passed to it is of datatype DateTime. I created a custom attribute that can be applied to any OData method that should can help overcome this limitation until it is addresses by the OData team You can examine the source… Continue reading Adding support for DateTime in OData $filter
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Computer programming sounds incredibly boring to most kids (and adults) - that is, until they try it. For some people it can be an incredibly addictive and challenging experience. Once they being to understand that a computer is a tool that they can control and that it will obey everything that they tell it to do - they… Continue reading Let’s get more kids learning computer programming
I use an AlienWare Quad-core i7 laptop with 16GB of RAM and an SSD. Even with this much hardware on my side my memory utilization may go near 100%. I am usually running numerous apps at the same time (code editors, photo editors, databases, web hosts, programming tools, etc.). The strange thing is that if I start closing down… Continue reading Want to clear up your memory usage?
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