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June 2008 - Posts

What's for VB.NET in the Future, interesting to see...

By being momentarily pissed off to the level of job I needed to do with classes working with DB and business logic in a project, I made suggestion in Connect, a while ago Ability to specify a default method for object instance which is called when any
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Using the information your (development) environment provides - is allowed!

Huge title while the subject or the example in this case is actually very simple and straightforward. I saw a question on newsgroups which went something like: - poster states he doesn't know much about control events - he/she asked if he/she had
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Book Review: C# In Depth by Jon Skeet (Manning)

Author: Jon Skeet Publisher: Manning Publications Co. ISBN: 1933988363 April 2008, 424 pages http://www.manning.com/skeet/ The book focuses on C# 2 and C# 3, but goes a bit relevant things on building on C# 1. It is targeted at developers familiar with
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VB.NET or C# - which one to choose? I choose BOTH :-)

Joe Stagner discusses in a blog post based on reader feedback , if one should choose VB.NET or C# and he ends with that it doesn't matter. Well, I sort of disagree, but let me first explain in which way I disagree, before you judge me and burn me
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Free eBook: Foundations of Programming by Karl Sequin

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Hyper-V for W2008 is in RTM

See: http://blogs.technet.com/virtualworld/archive/2008/06/26/ittttttt-s-heeeeeeerrrrreeee-hyper-v-rtm.aspx :-) Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it! Sponsor
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Microsoft's "Velocity" project

Some skillful people at Microsoft have started yet one interesting project to increase our toolbox. It's "Velocity" which targets to help dealing with caching - local and distributed - through all the .NET application types, not just ASP.NET.
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Scott Hanselman releases BabySmash

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/IntroducingBabySmashAWPFExperiment.aspx BabySmash is an application - written with WPF - for all the kids who share interest in computing (or keyboards :-) ) and for their parents trying to keep the machine safe. Application
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