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Followers New Asynchronous Features Enhance .NET Framework 4.5 by Jenni Konrad Follow 0 Followers Posted on Apr 11, 2012 Followers Optional Parameters Are Gaining Ground in .NET by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Jul 06, 2010 6 Followers CSI C# Interpreter Supports .NET 4.0 by Al Tenhundfeld Follow 0 Followers Posted on Jan 12, 2010
Followers Mono Introduces Experimental C# Language Extensions by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Dec 28, 2009 2 Followers Interview: Eric Nelson on VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 by Abel Avram Follow 12 Followers Posted on Jun 04, 2009 4 Followers Wrapping Stored Procedures in .NET Languages by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Jun 03, 2009 1
Followers Making 0 Equal 0 in C# by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Jun 01, 2009 3 Followers Interview: Don Syme Answering Questions on F#, C#, Haskell and Scala by Abel Avram Follow 12 Followers Posted on Mar 27, 2009 8 Followers C# Feature Focus: Co- and Contra-variance by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Oct 27, 2008 1
Followers C# Feature Focus: Optional and Named Parameters, COM Interoperability by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Oct 27, 2008 4 Followers .NET 4 Feature Focus: Type Embedding and Equivalence by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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Followers Statically Dynamic Typing by Neal Gafter Follow 0 Followers Posted on Dec 24, 2009 Neal Gafter explains why Microsoft has introduced dynamic typing in C# 4.0, what it is useful for - Interoperate with dynamic languages, Using reflection-like API, Interacting with COM -, what is DLR, and why they have chosen the dynamic type instead of other possible solutions. 1

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Followers MicroORM - A Dynamically Typed ORM for VB and C# in about 160 Lines by Jonathan Allen Follow 638 Followers Posted on Dec 05, 2009 Using the new DLR features in VB 10 and C# 4 you can build a configuration-free ORM that works well with legacy stored procedures. Though accessed using normal object-dot-property syntax, all the data objects are built at runtime based solely on the information returned by the database. And this is done with no interfaces to define, classes to implement, or data mapping definitions to write. 8

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