I already blogged about NDepend basic features here: I was positively impressed by the capabilities of this tool by fellow MVP Patrick Smacchia. NDepend permits you to examine .NET projects and highlight different metrics in the code in order to better analyse what areas of...Read More..
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In these days I’m expanding my knowledge reading some great (and enjoyable) books. Programming .NET 3.5 by Jesse Liberty and Alex Horovitz is one of my favourites: it gives you the “big picture” of the various technologies included in this release of the framework: N-tier applications, WPF, WCF,...Read More..
It’s available for download the June 2008 CTP of Parallel Extensions for .NET. In the package I’ve found several great examples about: Blending images; Ray Tracing using Parallel LINQ (PLINQ); A parallel implementation of the Sudoku game; Mandelbrot Fractals; Several PLINQ and TPL (Task Parallel...Read More..
I can only recommend to watch this interesting Video by the Swiss MSDN Team Blog.Read More..
“Continuous LINQ is a .NET Framework 3.5 extension that builds on the LINQ query syntax to create continuous, self-updating result sets. ” In this article, Kevin Hoffman describes the new functionalities introduced, in particular the possibility to use some aggregate functions such as Average, Min, Max,...Read More..
Check out this useful article by ScottGu.Read More..