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Well over a year ago, when I was still pretty new to .NET and programming in general, I witnessed a lecture by Bart de Smet titled "Behind the Scenes of 10 C# Language Features". I was unfamiliar with most features, I was unfamiliar with C# (I'm a VB programmer by trade), I never even heard of Intermediate Language (which was abundant!) and even for seasoned C# veterans this lecture was tough. Needless to say I had a great time! Even though I hardly got anything Bart said that day it did inspire me. It inspired me to look beyond the code I was writing and it inspired me to write ...Read more
Posted by: Sam
On 29 Jul 2012 | Views: 824 | Categories: Live Framework
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Let’s start with a bold statement: IL rocks! Fair enough, but can it do Jazz or Mozart too? Turns out, yes it can

While thinking of a way to magically create an instance out of an interface for my little MData project, I figured i’d have to go with IL generating such a class. It seemed like a daunting task at first. Really, look at this code: ...Read more
Posted by: Sam
On 30 Jun 2012 | Views: 983 | Categories: Live Framework
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In a past post I hinted that I think Moq is not a part of the future of isolation frameworks. Here’s where I get to explain why. To be clear, it is a really valuable, widely used framework, and it helped change the world of Isolation Frameworks in its day. It’s GOOD. ...Read more
Posted by: Sam
On 28 Jun 2012 | Views: 1187 | Categories: Other, Live Framework
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This topic contains information about key features and improvements in the .NET Framework version 4. This topic does not provide comprehensive information about all new features and is subject to change.

The .NET Framework 4 introduces an improved security model. For more information, see Security Changes in the .NET Framework 4. For lists of new namespaces, new types, and new members added to existing types, see New Types and Members in the .NET Framework 4. Other new features and improvements in the .NET Framework 4 are described in the following sections: ...Read more
Posted by: Sam
On 06 May 2012 | Views: 937 | Categories: Live Framework
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In 2009/2010, I created a business component for allowing access control, user authentication, and resource protection (Business Objects and UI Objects/Forms) on the client application that was integrated with that component.

One of the features that this component had was to allow logging the methods that were executed at runtime by a logged on user, for auditing purposes. ...Read more
Posted by: Sam
On 06 May 2012 | Views: 885 | Categories: Live Framework
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.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 saw the introduction of a wide range of new support for parallelism: the Task Parallel Library (TPL), Parallel LINQ (PLINQ), new synchronization and coordination primitives and collections (e.g. ConcurrentDictionary), an improved ThreadPool for handling parallel workloads, new debugger windows, new concurrency visualizations, and more. Since then, we’ve been hard at work on the .NET Framework 4.5 and Visual Studio 11. Here’s a glimpse into the Developer Previews released this week.

Better Performance

Task Parallel Library
More and more, TPL is becoming the ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 15 Nov 2011 | Views: 1345 | Categories: Live Framework, Linq, ASP.NET
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This topic contains information about key features and improvements in the .NET Framework 4.5 Developer Preview. This topic does not provide comprehensive information and is subject to change.

New features and improvements are described in the following sections:

.NET for Metro style apps

Core New Features and Improvements

Web

Networking

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)

Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 15 Nov 2011 | Views: 13514 | Categories: WPF, WCF, Live Framework
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Pre-Generated Views: This is the most expensive operation (it takes over 50% of the initial query) is View Generation Before the Entity Framework can execute a query against a conceptual model or save changes to the data source, it must generate a set of local query views to access the database. The views are part of the metadata which is cached per application domain. If you create multiple object context instances in the same application domain, they will reuse views from the cached metadata rather than regenerating them. Because view generation is a significant part of the overall cost of e ...Read more
Posted by: Ram
On 10 Nov 2011 | Views: 994 | Categories: Live Framework
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I have explain what is the difference between Lazy and Eager laoding in EF ...Read more
Posted by: Ram
On 09 Nov 2011 | Views: 1021 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Live Framework
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We can increase the performance of application in which using EF by following the instruction of articles ...Read more
Posted by: Ram
On 09 Nov 2011 | Views: 979 | Categories: Live Framework, Database (SQL Server), ASP.NET
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