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Parallelism on a Single Core - SIMD with C#

When Microsoft shipped .NET 4.6 last summer they also released a new 64-bit JIT compiler named RyuJIT. The main goal was to improve the load times of 64 bit applications,...

Eoin Mullan

Eoin Mullan


Working With Constraints

Freedom Isn’t Free Recently, while working on a client project, a colleague mentioned that they quite liked how the limits of a particular framework pushed them down a specific path....

Niall Kelly

Niall Kelly


On Being an IT Trainer

Here at Instil we hope to recruit one or more full time trainers during 2016. There seems to be a lot of FUD regarding what the job involves, who is...

Garth Gilmour

Garth Gilmour


Exploring Session Based Testing

It’s almost too easy to dismiss the concept of Exploratory Testing as one of the many dark arts of software testing, in which those that do not do it cannot...

Neil Boyd

Neil Boyd


Simplify Your Code With C# 6.0

Most of the attention surrounding the release of C# 6 this year has been related to the bootstrapping of the compiler, courtesy of project Roslyn. While it’s true that there...

Eoin Mullan

Eoin Mullan