Category Archives: .Net

Top features of Visual Studio 2010 and .Net 4 (not all, only which apealed to me)

Better Ajax (e.g. ClientID in webforms, clean HTML emission)Better Entity FrameworkBetter WCF, WF and WPF (specially DataGrid in WPF)Covariance and ContravarianceCode ContractsCharting in ASP.NetDynamic Language Runtime and dynamic keyword in C#Generate code element from usageImproved Intellisense and Code navigationManaged Extensibility FrameworkMemory-mapped filesMulti-MonitorMVC (Area and Asynch controller) Named and optional argument in C#Office programmabilityOne-click DeploymentProfiling, Debugging […]

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Find and remove root cause!

If you ever, ever, put a claim to correct to fullest any situation, I repeat, any situation, then make sure that you find and remove root cause of the problem. Do not just remove symptom(s). Here is minor, obvious, excogitated, concocted, devised example. Imagine your best friend. He is having high temperature. Would you try […]

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Visual Studio Tip

If you are normal, you must be loving Intellisense in source editor in visual studio. You press ‘.’, and you get help. It is good, with one bad side effect. When intellisense window is opened, you cannot see source code beneath it. So, sometimes when you need to see that part of source code, you […]

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Instance Failure

If you are successful in getting visual studio barking at you with error message “instance failure”, there is a very good chance that you have used \\ in your connection string in configuration file. Replace all \\ with \ and you should be okay. I learnt it hard way!

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New features of C# in simple source code

New features of C# in simple source code

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