Mark Fussell's WebLog

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April, 2004

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    XmlNameTable: The Shiftstick of System.Xml

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    I spent much of today in a customer lab on performance in .NET applications covering best practices for System.Xml. As always the majority of people used XML somewhere in their application and needed to understand the performance implications of using...
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    XmlNameTable Revisited

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    After my post on the XmlNameTable: The Shiftstick of System.Xml I thought that I would follow it up with a second one to discuss it in greater detail as a result of the feedback comments. The XmlNameTable is an internal piece of implementation exposed...
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    XML is like Cardboard

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    I had the opportunity to go and listen to Pat Helland perform his “ Metropolis: Towards a Service-Orientated Architecture ” talk today which, as you can tell from the title, is all about SOA and the eventual impact on the IT industry. In the...
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    Samurai Jack Heaven

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    I have just ordered Samurai Jack Season 1 DVD from the great virtual shop and seeing that this has a sales rank of 74, with every review at five stars reviews you can see why. A cult classic that I will inflict on everyone to the point of tears. Now I...
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    What's New in System.Xml for Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 Release

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    This first in a series of articles by Mark Fussell details the improvements to the XML APIs in System.Xml and the .NET Framework. These enable you to further enhance the XML support in your applications.
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