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Garbage Collection in .NET – How it really works 17 Dec 2009

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Back to Basics, Introduction.
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Garbage collection is a process of releasing the memory used by the objects, which are no longer referenced. This is done in different ways and different manners in various platforms and languages. We will see how garbage collection is being done in .NET.

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Another good article

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.NET History 05 Feb 2009

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET News, Introduction.
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Nice article about .NET history. Check this out.

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.

Overview of concurrency in .NET Framework 3.5 28 Jul 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in .NET Core, Advanced Basics, Introduction.
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There is a lot of information on the concurrent primitives and concepts exposed by the .NET Framework 3.5 available on MSDN, blogs, and other websites. The goal of this post is to distill the information into an easy-to-digest high-level summary: what are the different pieces, where they differ and how they relate. If you want to know the difference between a Thread and a BackgroundWorker, or what is the point of interlocked operations, you are reading the right article. Read more.

Learn NHibernate 28 Jul 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, Tools, Videos & Webcast.
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If you start learning or you want to learn NHibernate, check this post by Scott.

Themes for Silverlight Applications 07 Jul 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, SilverLight.
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Silverlight provides the ability to completely customize the look and feel of controls (including the intrinsic ones – often something one desires when working with HTML), while preserving their behavior, through a combination of styles, templates, visual states and transitions. Read More

Composite Application Guidance for WPF Documentation and Introduction 07 Jul 2008

Posted by Ramaswamy Palaniappan in Introduction, WPF.
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When I was doing project for art.com we have implemented CAB in our project, they same concept is not applied in WPF now. take look.