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What’s new in Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6?

When you install .NET 4.6 Preview it will actually be installed as .NET, partly to maintain (in-place) compatibility with previous versions (4, 4.5, 4.5.1 and  948 more words


Which PowerShell version is my SCOM agent using (or why I love SCOM 2012 R2 Update Rollup 7)

I have no idea how often I have used PowerShell scripts to build or extend SCOM Management Packs. Almost daily it must have been. Occasionally I stumbled over PowerShell version issues because the SCOM agent had its own logic of choosing a PowerShell version. 677 more words

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Why C# Extension Method is not a Visitor Design Pattern

Although both Visitor design pattern and C# extension methods look alike from an OO design point of view, there’s a fundamental difference between the two, in the… 229 more words


Calling .Net Assembly from VBA

Stuck in VBA? You don’t have to be. You can move all your business logic code from VBA to a .Net assembly. It’s easier than you might think and this post will show you how. 811 more words

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The Indexer System.String.this Has no Setter? Here's why

Question: Consider the C# code segment below, what do you think is the output?

string bestDayOfTheYear = “Halloween”;     //new string
bestDayOfTheYear[0] = ‘B’;    //attempt to change first letter from ‘H’ to ‘B’ 339 more words


What’s new in Visual Studio 2015

Visual Studio 2015 introduces several exciting features. Here’s a list of some of them:

  1. Cross Platform Development.

This is perhaps the biggest and most exciting feature. 168 more words

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Galactic API - v1.2.0.66 Released.

Version of the Galactic API is now available.

This release focuses on FileSystem functionality. It adds methods for copying directories, getting their size in bytes, setting the owner of directories, and setting user permissions via an account’s Security Identifier (SID) in addition to the existing methods that use DirectoryEntry objects. 33 more words

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