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  • Blog Post: The tiny VB.NET quiz – byref or what the...?

    Alright, here is the next quiz. Imagine the following code: Module Module1 Dim intVal As Integer = 10 Dim dblVal As Double = 20 Sub Main() ModifyValue(intVal) ModifyValue(dblVal) PrintValues() End Sub Private Sub PrintValues() Console.WriteLine( "{0} - {1}" , intVal, dblVal) End Sub...
  • Blog Post: Do you know your language? This time it's the tiny VB quiz ;-)

    Dim x = -2147483648 Dim y = Integer .MinValue Well, the question is as easy as that - what Types are x and y and what's the reason? Cheers Daniel P.S. Needless to say that you shouldn’t use the VB.NET compiler but the one in your head ;-)
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Ajax TechTalk (Update)

    Vorbei sind die Zeiten grauer, langweiliger Webanwendungen die hauptsächlich aus einer Ansammlung von Texten und Links bestanden. Der aktuelle Trend geht zu interaktiven, reichhaltigen Anwendungen welche die Features und Funktionalitäten traditioneller Desktopanwendungen in einer Webanwendung im Browser...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 15

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! As mentioned yesterday, today we will be wrapping up with the discussion about the ASP.Net 2.0 compilation machinery with the discussion about virtual path providers. Virtual Path Providers: Before the advent of ASP.NET 2.0, a source ASP.NET page could be only...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 14

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! Yeah, we skipped a few days again, just got a bit busy with my cases. As mentioned earlier, today we will be taking up the discussion about ASP.Net 2.0 Build Providers. Build Providers: In ASP.NET 1.x, only a few file types are dynamically compiled into assemblies...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 11

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! Let's continue the discussions around the ASP.Net compilation mechanisms. We discussed the overall dynamic compilation concepts (what happens when resources get updated) and pre-compilation (techniques to avoid first hit delay and preserving intellectual property by...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 10

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! Let's continue the discussion about ASP.Net site pre-compilation. We talked about in-place pre-compilation yesterday; another flavor of pre-compilation is deployment pre-compilation. Pre-compilation for deployment: Pre-compilation for deployment pursues different...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 7

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! Again, continuing to discuss the automatic dynamic page compilation further. Now we have been saying all the while that ASP.Net will detect automatically at runtime when ASP.Net resources change and will dynamically create new assemblies. Let's see how this replacement...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 6

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! Again, continuing to discuss the automatic dynamic page compilation further. Let's understand how is the page assembly generated with respect to what files are involved. Generating an assembly for a particular .aspx resource is a 2 step process. First, a class file...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 5

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! As mentioned, we are continuing to discuss the automatic dynamic page compilation further. Now, if you notice the way the final page class gets prepared is a bit different in ASP.Net 2.0 compared to how it happened in ASP.Net 1.x, this is typically because of the...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 4

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back!!! Today and in next few days we will discuss the automatic dynamic page compilation. Each web application has its own copy of the Http runtime and runs in a separate AppDomain. The runtime object creates the Http context for the request, and it initializes the cache and...
  • Blog Post: Daily .Net Feeds - ASP.Net 2.0 - Advanced - Day 3

    Hi Everyone, After having seen the overall process models that ASP.Net can possibly run under, we will now discuss the components of the ASP.Net pipeline – steps that ASP.Net performs on each request before it serves its response, these don't differ based on process model. The process model just determines...
  • Blog Post: Lost session variables and appdomain recycles

    In ASP.NET Case Study: Lost session variables and appdomain recycles beschreibt Tess was passiert wenn eine application domain recycled wird warum application domains recycled werden Definitiv ein Thema welches mich in meiner Zeit als Softwareentwickler beschäftigt hat ;-)
  • Blog Post: In den Tiefen des .NET Frameworks – Das Garbage Collector Quiz

    Als Nachtrag zu meinem gestrigen Post In den Tiefen des .NET Frameworks – Der Garbage Collector heute ein kleines" .NET Garbage Collection PopQuiz " ;-) Die Auflösung findet sich auf .NET Garbage Collector PopQuiz - Followup Viel Spaß beim Rätseln! Daniel P.S. Vielen Dank an Dominick Baier...
  • Blog Post: MSR Technical Education Series: Designing .NET Class Libraries

    Krzysztof Cwalina, Senior Programm Manager des .NET Framework Teams, spricht über "best practices" im Bereich "Framework Design" am Beispiel des .NET Frameworks. Die Aufzeichnung von Krzysztofs Ausführungen finden sich auf http://www.researchchannel.org/prog/displayevent.aspx?rID=11087&fID=2740 ...
  • Blog Post: In den Tiefen des .NET Frameworks – Der Garbage Collector

    Bei Microsoft zu arbeiten ist Himmel und Hölle zugleich! Täglich finden sich tausende interessante Dinge in internen Diskussionslisten über die super zu berichten wäre nur leider ist ein Großteil dieser Informationen "MICROSOFT CONFIDENTIAL". Himmlisch weil super interessant, die Hölle, da ich natürlich...
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