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.NET as a platform has higher degree of communication, connectivity and productivity

Microsoft has developed the .NET framework from computers running the Windows Operating System. It is compatible with Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98 and all the new Windows versions. 547 more words


Changes coming to Microsoft updates in October

As of October 2016, Windows will releasing single monthly rollups that will contain both security issues and reliability issues in the single update. The monthly rollup will be released the usual ways but not through the download center. 339 more words


WCF Session, Instance and Threading Brief Explanations

After reading so many WCF articles, with some practical experiences, finally found these well explain articles for WCF.

The Architecture of WCF

WCF Sessions

WCF Instances and Threading


.Net Framework

HowTo: Redeploy CLR assemblies to SQL Server (Newtonsoft.Json version issue)

The Story

Hi again,

Some time ago I published a post about how to send notifications from SQL Server using SignalR. We are using SignalR self-hosted in a Windows Service in a separated server, and it had been running fine until now. 563 more words


My Notes on Exception Handling

First, I want to thank my good friend Chew Min for introducing the book, “C# 6.0 and the .NET 4.6 Framework” by Andrew Troelsen and Philip Japikse to me. 355 more words


New features of Microsoft .Net Framework 4.6.1

Microsoft recently launched its new version of .NET Framework, providing the competitive platform for the .NET developers by offering them amazing support in terms of user experience, security and seamless communication. 352 more words


It's Back! IronPython for .NET Framework

IronPython is a implementation that runs on .NET Framework’s Common Language Runtime (CLR) is coming back thanks to the change of hands.

Jeff Hardy, former lead IronPython developer, … 401 more words