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So far, we have published 20 .NET Framework tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 1508665 (One Million Five Hundred Eight Thousand Six Hundred Sixty Five) developers and architects.

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Abstract: The ReadOnlyDictionary generic type in .NET 4.5 fulfills a long standing feature request for the BCL. It is useful for scenarios where read only Dictionaries need to be exposed. One such case is shown in this article.
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Abstract: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 contains some new features and is an in-place update to .NET Framework 4.0 and the .NET Framework 4.5. Let's see what's new in this latest .NET framework update
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Abstract: With .NET 4.5, the Task Parallel Library team went another step ahead and built a little known library called Parallel Dataflow Library. This article explains why as a .NET developer, you must know about this powerful library.
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Abstract: In this article, we will see what is a Portable Class Library (PCL) and its importance. PCLs are used to build portable assemblies which work across platforms like Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Silverlight, Windows Store Apps and Windows Phone apps
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Abstract: As a developer who has been developing data oriented .NET applications for over a decade now, I have become a strong believer of the fact that a developer’s knowledge is incomplete, without having knowledge of the database and network he/she is interacting with. In this article, I will be sharing 25 T-SQL Scripts and Tutorials from my blog that I feel would be useful for a developer creating .NET Centric Database Solutions.
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Abstract: In this article, we will explore some SOS Debugger Extensions commands to give you an overview of how easy it is to use the commands to view the details of the internal CLR Environment.
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Abstract: The SOS (Son of Strike) debugger extension is an invaluable resource for debugging .NET 4.0 managed applications using native debuggers.The SOS extension lets you view information about code that is running inside the CLR. In this article, we will explore how to use this extension.
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Abstract: In my previous article, we explored multiple ways to call a method asynchronously using Delegates. In this article, we will see how to call a method asynchronously using the Delegate Polling pattern and the Callback Pattern.
Category .NET Framework Views: 149417
Abstract: In this article, we will explore multiple ways to call a method asynchronously using Delegates. You can call methods asynchronously in four different ways using the BeginInvoke() and EndInvoke() methods of the Delegate class
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Abstract: In this article, we will explore the static method Parallel.For. A lot of developers ask me about the difference between the C# for loop statement and the Parallel.For. We will see the difference with an example
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Abstract: In this article, we will see how to display security information of files kept in a directory.
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Abstract: This article demonstrates how to use Dotfuscator which is shipped freely with Visual Studio 2010 to protect .NET assemblies and making the process of reverse engineering difficult.
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Abstract: In one of the previous articles Parallel Tasks in .NET 4.0 (Part II) – Methods that Return value, we used the Task(TResult) class which represents an asynchronous operation that can return a value. In this article, we will see how to cancel a task/operation.
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Abstract: In one of the previous articles Parallel Tasks in .NET 4.0, we explored a set of new API’s called the "Task Parallel Library (TPL)" which simplifies the process of adding parallelism and concurrency to applications. We used the System.Threading.Tasks.Parallel.Invoke() to call methods that did not return a value. However for methods that return a value, you would need to use the Task(TResult) class which represents an asynchronous operation that can return a value. We will explore how to use this class in this article

Parallel Tasks in .NET 4.0

Posted by: Suprotim Agarwal , on 4/5/2010
Category .NET Framework Views: 128387
Abstract: The Parallel class found in the System.Threading.Tasks namespace “provides library-based data parallel replacements for common operations such as for loops, for each loops, and execution of a set of statements”. In this article, we will use the Invoke method of the Parallel class to call multiple methods, possibly in parallel.
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Abstract: In part 1 of this article, we went through a new feature of WCF - ‘Simple Configuration’. In this second part of the article series, we will see how WCF 4.0 performs routing.
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Abstract: VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 has come out with many new features. Typically there are a lot of changes in Windows Workflow 4.0 (WF 4.0), Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF 4.0) and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF 4.0). In this article we will see some new features of WCF 4.0.
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Abstract: In this article, we will go through a mechanism of developing and using Custom Activity using WF 4.0. Those who have worked with WF 3.x, might have already designed several custom activities. .NET 3.x has provided mechanisms of designing and developing custom activities for implementing non-standard operations using Workflow. On the same basis, WF 4.0 has also provided us mechanisms of custom activities.
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Abstract: In this article we will explore and understand TransactionScope Procedural Activities in Windows Workflow (WF) 4.0.
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Abstract: I hope most of you are by now aware that in .NET 4.0, there have been some major changes in Windows Workflow 4.0. Most of the activities of WF 3.x are now changed by new activities. In this article, we will see how a workflow can be designed using procedural activities, how input arguments can be specified in a workflow and how a hosting application can pass these input arguments. We will be using Beta 1 release of VS2010, .NET 4.0.

  
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