Month: August 2014

Top Color Picker for iOS Download DRColorPicker on github now! I’m pleased to announce that I am open-sourcing the color picker I built for You Doodle under the MIT license. I call this the DRColorPicker (Digital Ruby Color Picker). I …

Introducing DRColorPicker for iOS – Top Color Picker for iOS Read More »

I’ve seen many string splitting functions in SQL Server and many of them overwrite the string that is being split over and over which causes terrible performance by re-allocating memory every time. This is a terrible way to split a …

How to split a string in SQL Server the right way Read More »

Recently I coded up a very naive message handler in C# that read in received messages from a certain service in an ASP.NET MVC controller method and then inserted each message into a SQL Server table for processing. When hundreds …

The Power of Batching Read More »