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CLR 4: Making the AssemblyResolve event more useful

 In the introductory post on CLR Binder (‘Understanding the Binder – Part 1’), we listed the set of steps that the CLR Binder follows, in order to locate an assembly and bind to it. On reading this, an obvious question comes to mind. What happens when all of these steps fail to locate the assembly? Does the binder simply...
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Take the .Net 4 Beta1 survey

 Here is a survey to understand you think about .Net 4 Beta1, and to get a sense of the level of satisfaction, particularly while trying to upgrade existing managed applications to CLR 4, or while creating new CLR 4 applications. This survey should take you about 20 minutes to complete. Here is the link to the survey...
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Take the .Net 4 Beta1 survey

 Here is a survey to understand you think about .Net 4 Beta1, and to get a sense of the level of satisfaction, particularly while trying to upgrade existing managed applications to CLR 4, or while creating new CLR 4 applications. This survey should take you about 20 minutes to complete. Here is the link to the survey...
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Software Development Engineer Opportunity on Visual Web Developer

The Visual Web Developer team is looking for a motivated software engineer that wants to work on next set of Web related features in Visual Web Developer and Visual Studio, shipping Visual Studio 2010 and beyond. Web development is a highly competitive area and Visual Web Developer is a primary tool that helps driving Windows Server, IIS ...

Meet the CLR Team, learn about CLR 4

Here is your chance to get the scoop straight from the proverbial horse’s mouth. Join the CLR team for an interactive Live Meeting session on Friday, July 17th 2009, and find out what’s new in CLR 4. Apart from an overview of what’s coming up in CLR 4. we will specifically be covering Garbage Collection, NGen and Performance...
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VS2010 Beta1 "Delete existing objects before creating" flag for DB Deployment

  Here is an example of end to end scenario of the last blog VS2010 Beta1 Web Application Project Database package and SMO options. Here, we’re going to package a web application and its database with “Delete existing objects before creating” flag, so that we can test the deploy multiple times without the need to drop the database ...

CLR Inside Out – Building Tuple

The new installment of the “CLR Inside Out” column in MSDN magazine is now available on line.  This month we have an article from Matt Ellis on Building Tuple.  It provides one example of how a new type makes it into the base class libraries. You can find a list of all “CLR Inside Out” articles here. ...
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