Performance Check: Windows 10 vs. Windows 8.1

Windows 10 is already around for some weeks, with all the talks and issues on security, collection of personal data, and a fair amount of performance tests, mainly on gaming hardware. Tests on mini PCs are harder to find, despite the fact that those small computers gain more and more popularity. They call themselves NUC, […]

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Gigabyte Brix vs. Zotac ZBox

Performance has always been a question of size. No wonder that big desktop computers have been dominating the gamer scene for the past decades. With the ever rising demand for mobility this begins to change. Not only that the current generation of mini PCs fits in the smallest bag or narrowest industry rack, it also […]

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My Top 5 Moments in Gaming History

Obviously there have been very many good games for the last ten, twenty years, that gave us heart touching moments. Such that make you remember the game when all the other consumer mainstream stuff has sunken into oblivion. It’s not only about epic stories like Dragon Age or Mass Effect, not just cineastic epiphanies as […]

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NDepend vs. Alternatives – Part 2

This is the second part of the NDepend vs. Alternatives feature. Some time has passed since the first comparison. Meanwhile I was working here and there with NDepend and like to share some of the impressions. The project I used for trying out NDepend in real life was a rather big one with more than […]

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NDepend vs. Alternatives – Part 1

This article is the first of a two part series on NDepend and its (freeware) alternatives. The first part deals with (graphical) representation of .Net projects (structure and metrics). The second will cover static code analysis. NDepend offers functionality for both issues. Although the pricing for licenses is moderate (e.g. 299€ developer license for up […]

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