What are Immutable Collections?
Immutable Collections are collections which guarantees that they never change their content and completely thread safe. Immutable suggests that data will not change and will not ever change and moreover you can hold a reference to it as long as you want. Why should we use Immutable Collections when there are Readonly […]
Open Data Protocol is a web protocol for accessing information via services. It is built upon technologies such as XML and JSON. The main component for building the OData service on .NET Framework is WCF Data Service. OData service can support different data source models including ADO.NET Entity Framework. LINQ to SQL etc. This post […]
Multicore JIT is a great new feature in .NET Framework 4.5. Multicore JIT parallelizes the some of the JIT compilations that happens on the start of the application, Historically .NET FW has used the Ngen Native Image Generator for parallelization. It works particularly well where this Ngen is installed. It has been with Silverlight 5 […]
I am excited to share the download link and features link for Visual Studio 2012 and .NET Framework 4.5 from Jason Zander and Hanselman
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This post discusses the new features in WCF 4.5. There have been significant improvements in WCF 4.5 on configuration.
Simplifying the generated configuration file in client
A client configuration file is generated when you add a service reference in Visual Studio 2010. The configuration files in earlier version of WCF contained the value of every binding […]
Another major release in .NET Framework, .NET 4.5 which allows the developers to use Windows 8 technologies and windows runtime directly from .NET 4.5. It makes easy and natural to write Metro style applications using C# and VB. .NET 4.5 makes your applications run faster eg: Faster ASP.NET startup. .NET 4.5 gives you easy access […]