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Introduction A while ago I was explaining runtime mechanisms like the stack and the heap to some folks. (As an aside, I’m writing a debugger course on “Advanced .NET Debugging with WinDbg with SOS”, which is an ongoing project. Time will tell when it...
Introduction In my last post, Expression Trees, Take Two – Introducing System.Linq.Expressions v4.0 , I showed how to the extensions to the LINQ expression trees API opens up for full-blown statement trees including support for assignment, control flow...
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Introduction Avid blog readers know I have a weak spot for expression trees in particular and the broader picture of meta-programming facilities. With the introducing of LINQ in the .NET Framework 3.5 timeframe, we ended up adding expression trees to...
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From a hotel lobby in the sunny city of Durban, South-Africa, waiting for my plane transfer after a great TechEd Africa event. Why not write a blog post on one of my talks: the Managed Extensibility Framework, or MEF. As we steam ahead to release .NET...
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The word is out finally. With the PDC 08 going on as we speak, you can now download the bits of the next-generation .NET Framework and Visual Studio technologies . In the days to come I have a bunch of blog coverage coming up for quite a few of the framework...
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