A tryst with MSIL

    Any ASP.NET developer should be knowing that when his/her .NET application is compiled, the high-level code written in C# or Visual Basic .NET is compiled into the intermediate language MSIL. It is this MSIL that the Common Language Runtime (CLR) actually expects when the application is run. The CLR then converts the MSIL into…


Enter the Leo!

Vijay jumps on the blogging bandwagon. Let’s see how this works out…        I guess that I should start by saying who I am and what I do. My name is Vijayshinva Karnure and I work for Microsoft at India. My role involves helping developers and system admins troubleshoot their IIS, ASP and ASP.NET…