I promise. I know, it’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to update CS-MIC with some new features. I’ve been a little sick, nothing serious, but going to the doctor to try to fix did nothing at all so it took longer than expected. Did you know there are alternatives to running straight to the doctor? Under certain conditions they can be safer and more effective than conventional medicine. I would still be sick if it wasn’t for the fact that I am willing to look for the best course of action usually. If this got you curious on the topic here you can click to read more about medicines. But I’m in the process of giving it a facelift. Aspects of the upgrade include:

  • Upgrading CS-MIC to .NET 4.0.
  • Migrating CS-MIC to a nuget package for easier integration.
  • Adding extension methods for acting directly in other .NET types.
  • Asynchronous execution.
  • Bulk computation.

Keep in mind that this project has only one developer, and I can only work on it in my free time. If you’d like to see development go faster, feel free to join the cause! Testing, coding and feature requests all help.

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Jordan Wages

I like to program things. All the things!