LINQ foreach iteration variable capturing and how it’s fixed in Visual Studio 11

A while a go, the C# community got surprised by another GOTCHA, discovering that using a foreach iteration variable inside a LINQ query, may not always yield the expected results. The variable gets captured by the foreach loop and, due to the evil work of closure, it remains scoped outside of the LINQ query itself living its own life so to speak. This has now been corrected in the Visual Studio 11 Beta.

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WordPress installation hangs on second step

Even though WordPress brags a lot about it’s famous 5 min setup, I noticed that actually a lot of people on the web run into a problem with WordPress installation hanging on the 2nd step (renders blank page instead). This is especially common for localhost setups, where usually the memory resources and CPU cycles would be more of an headache than on live sites.

Solution after the jump.

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