How to check which .NET 4 version an assembly was built with

Our developer specialist from Malaysia, Jonathan Yong, is explaining how to check which .NET 4 version an assembly was built with. Read on! As per our .NET 4 support lifecycle policy, starting 12-Jan-2016, Microsoft will support only .NET 4.5.2 moving forward. Customers are encouraged to migrate their .NET 4.x application to .NET 4.5.2 at their…


Strongly Typed Data Binding

Paul Cociuba, continues to take us through the ASP.Net 4.5 Journey. In his fifth video, he will guide us through the “Strongly typed Data Binding”. Paul, the stage is yours… This video will continue to explore data-binding in ASP.net 4.5 by looking at improvements brought on by strongly typed data-binding. Historically, .Net languages started as…


Linking the Business Logic Layer with DataControls to display data coming from the Database

A Famous Developer Quote says: Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy if both are frozen. Building Complex Applications with ASP.net Can be a challenge but becomes a lot easier with DataControls. Let´s join Paul Cociuba in the 4th Video of his series and see what he has to tell us……


More Efficiently Debug the Managed Heap Using SOS 4.5

More often than not, when we investigate the managed heap using SOS we use the all powerful !DumpHeap command. It’s an incredibly useful command to get in depth detail on what currently resides on the heap. Let’s look at an example of the abbreviated output from !DumpHeap -stat:         MT    Count    TotalSize Class Name … ……

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