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WCF/WF Developer Screencast Series 27 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Videos & Webcast, WCF, WPF.
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Here is the Pluralsight post on WCF/WF Developer Screencast Series.

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Exploring Secrets of .NET Keystroke Handling 24 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, How-To, Introduction.
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This article covers the different types of keyboard interaction that an application may have. You’ll see how you can simplify debugging by observing which methods get invoked on which controls when you press a key. The article concludes with a practical guide for implementing a variety of common key-handling scenarios.

Learning Guide: ASP.NET MVC 24 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in ASP.NET, How-To, Introduction.
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Many developers started looking into ASP.NET MVC now, if you are planning to start learning it read this Stephen’s post first.

Crack.NET 21 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, Tools.
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Crack.NET is a runtime debugging and scripting tool that gives you access to the internals of a WPF or Windows Forms application running on your computer. If you love Snoop and Mole for Visual Studio, you’ll love Crack.NET, too. Crack.NET allows you to “walk” the managed heap of another .NET application, inspect all kinds of values on objects. Read Josh intro here.

Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4) 17 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, Visual Stdio.
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Once again Scott’s best introduction article about T4. Must read this.

Quick .NET Guide. 17 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Back to Basics.
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Download this .NET guide for some quick one place information.

PowerShell Analyzer 17 Oct 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Tools.
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PowerShell Analyzer was the first editor and non-MS host for the PowerShell Engine. As an IDE it focuses on the interactive leveraging PowerShell as a dynamic language. It’s goal is simply to allow users to be as productive as possible in sculpting, running, interpreting results and refactoring everything from the “oneliners” PowerShell is famous for, to fully fledged production quality scripts. More