Contents tagged with CLR

Rotor 2.0 released


 .NET    CLR    Personal    Rotor   
This is great news! The much awaited (by myself and many others) release of Rotor 2.0 has been released. Get it here.Here is what is new:- Full... Read more

Boston VS2005 and SQL2005 Cabana Night: Ask the Experts (tonight)


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Check out annual MSDN Magazine Security issue


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I was excited to see Shawn Farkas' article available on "Discover Techniques for Safely Hosting Untrusted Add-Ins with the .NET Framework 2.0", which... Read more

MVP Summit recap


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Fiber mode gone for SQLCLR


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Database Development   
I noticed Dino Viehland posted a notice regarding fiber mode support in SQLCLR for SQL Server 2005: Fiber mode is gone...I remember following Dino's... Read more

Concurrency article


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Concurrency is a topic I have been interested in over the last year, but especially over the last six months with one of my consultingprojects... Read more

Speaking at VSLive! Boston on Secure Plug-In Applications


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Rotor    Security    Speaking   
I noticed over the last couple of days my "Writing Secure Plug-in Applications in .NET" session is listed for VSLive! Boston. This talk is similar to... Read more

Customizing the Microsoft .NET Framework Common Language Runtime


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CLR Loader interview


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Check outChannel 9's interview of Suzanne Cook on the CLR Loader. Great interview!Suzanne's blogwas a big help to mewhen I was working through some... Read more

CLR Compiler Writing?


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SSCLI.NET shutting down this week


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
[Per a post on DOTNET-ROTOR list]Per previous private email to project owners and announcement on Rotor mailing lists, SSCLI.NET is being closed down.... Read more

Connecticut .NET Users Group talk - slides and code


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CLR Team Tour


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Rotor 2.0 after Whidbey


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Partially-Trusted AppDomains part 2


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Secure AppDomain example


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WinDev recap


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The moon and Red Sox


 .NET    CLR    Personal    Security   
At the end of my "speaking debut" dayat WinDev(more on that later), I went out to look at the lunar eclipse when I noticed several people looking up.... Read more

Secure CLR Hosting in Whidbey / 2.0


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Code Camp II is really looking good


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Code Camp II is getting a lot of great speakers lined up for the October 17-18 weekend. Several of the speakers are coming from outside of the New... Read more

CAS sample in Mono


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CLR Hosting Blog


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A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers


 .NET    ADO.NET    Books    CLR    Database Development    Security   
Ireceived my copy of A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers yesterday (written by Bob Beauchemin, Niels Berglund, Dan Sullivan, three of the... Read more

Miguel on .NET Rocks


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
If you missed it, the recording of Miguel de Icasa (of Mono fame) is on .NET Rocks this week. Read more

IronPython and new hires


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
As you may know by now, Jim Hugunin of IronPython fame has been hired by Microsoftto join the CLR team. Jason talks about needing more people to join... Read more

ECMAScript and C-Omega link?


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Jim Miller on TSS.NET


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Rotor   
For CLR wonks (and all others interested in the whys and hows of the .Net Framework), Jim Miller, best known as a CLR Architect and author of the book... Read more

SQL Express Beta 2 experiences


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Database Development    Security   
Sam talks about hisexperiences with the new SQLExpress Beta 2 Edition. Heis frustrated by the lack of UI tools (in particular, the publicized tool... Read more

Mono hits 1.0 target


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Mono hit its 1.0 target release earlier this week. These guys have worked hard over the past few years and have made a lot of progress.... Read more

New Boston .Net Group starting July 1


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I spoke withSam Gentile a couple of nights ago, andhe mentionedthe 1st Boston Blogger Dinner was a big success. Out of that dinnercame many volunteers... Read more

Early CLR explanations


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Bradpoints to a great early DM post by Brian Harry (who has started blogging!) on the explanation of resource management and why deterministic... Read more

SO Prescriptive Guidance


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Security    Service Orientation (SO)    Web Services   
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Another great SO perspective


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Michele Leroux Bustamantealso has a great post sumarizingDon Box'sand Doug Purdy's presentation “Service Orientation and the Developer” Read more

C# 2.0 Language Specifications Updated


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR   
The C# 2.0 Language Specifications have been updated and are now available.Funny, this is TechEd week, and I blogged this when they were made... Read more

Rotor RFP2


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Ramblings on Enterprise Services


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Latest Rotor 1.0 Patch Updates


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Microsoft eLearning Courses on Security


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Thinktecture consulting site open


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As mentioned by Samand others,Ingo Rammer's, Christian Weyer's, Christian Nagel'sand Ralf Westphal's new consulting site openedtoday... Read more

Test-Driven Development in Microsoft.NET book


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Rotor Whidbey on Longhorn


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Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability released


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The book Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability I have been pointing to over the past few months has finally been released on MSDN.... Read more

Checking out nTierGen


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ADO.NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    COM Interop    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Web Services   
As you may know (those who read this blog), I spend a lot of my time architecting and developing enterprise/distributed applicationsusing... Read more

Create Elegant Code with Anonymous Methods, Iterators, and Partial Classes


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR   
A preview of the May, 2004 MSDN Magazine (featuring Visual Studio 2005) is now available. It's an article called “Create Elegant Code with Anonymous... Read more

Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability, Beta 3


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Chris Sells discovers TDD


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Understand the dangers of Fully Trusted Code


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In my own research into .Net Security, one area I have explored is how to correctly set up Partial Trust websites with ASP.NET 1.1 and resources... Read more

.NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol1


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CLR, Rotor, and Textpad in NH


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Custom Exceptions and EnterpriseServices, Part 2


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ADO.NET    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    CLR    COM Interop    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Security   
I noticed yesterday the article on Throwing Custom Exception Types from a Managed COMPlus Server Application that I blogged about previously is... Read more

Real distributed application development


 .NET    .NET Remoting    ArchitecturePatterns    ASP.NET    CLR    COMPlus EnterpriseServices    Database Development    Security    Web Services   
Sam Gentileposted an excellentarticle on the lack of real .Net distributed application development and examples. Othershave commented on this article... Read more

Virtual PC 2004 and Longhorn


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Demystifying the .NET Global Assembly Cache


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Authentication and Authorization


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Last night, I had the opportunity to speak to the New Hampshire .Net Users Groupabout .Net Security, in particular speaking about User (Role-Based)... Read more

Architecture of Rotor/CLR


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR    Rotor   
My friend Andrew has been doing a lot of research lately to find more information on Rotor beyond the excellent Rotor book (Shared Source CLI... Read more

Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability


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Another task I am working on is extensive performance and scalability testing for a large Distributed .Net project.Our approach is to set up tests... Read more

New Rotor research


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
Andrew talks about continued Rotor research. Plus, Joel Pobar, a PM on the CLR team focusing on Rotor, has a Rotor blog. Subscribed. Read more

Rotor and Panther


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Eric Albert has successfully ported and tested Rotor (SSCLI) on Panther (on Mac OS X) [by way of Sam]. Panther is based on FreeBSD 5.1. That is great... Read more

Linux/Rotor port and BSD/Rotor patches


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
After seeing the news about RedHat Linux discontinuing all support for versions 7-8 and 9, Andrew and I have been wondering about our Rotor/Linux... Read more

FreeBSD 5.1 and Rotor, Part 2


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Rotor BOF news


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Benjamingives some of the main pointsfrom the Rotor Futures BOF held last night. This BOF, in particular, was one I was very interested in at PDC. A... Read more

FreeBSD 5.1 and Rotor


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One item of note Sam mentioned in his Rotor BOF summaryOne thing I encouragepeople to do is look at Rotor on FreeBSD 5.1 the latest and help with any... Read more

CLR Internals and Process Explorer


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C# 2.0 Specs Available


 .NET    ArchitecturePatterns    CLR   
For those of us (especially) who are not going to PDC, the C# 2.0 Specification is now available. For those fortunate 7500 or so that ARE going to... Read more

More Rotor info


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
I found this great PowerPoint presentation done byJason Whittingtonlast year called Inside Rotor - Poking at the SSCLI for fun and profit. I found it... Read more

Back from Vermont


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Yesterday and today, I was in Vermont with Sam at the User Group meeting. Sam was presentingan INETA talk on the CLR. Along with others in the group,... Read more

RedHat Linux 9.0, VirtualPC, Rotor, and Mono


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Continuing my journey into Rotor, I finally got my RedHat Linux 9.0 running through VirtualPC 5.2.  Thanks again to Charles Cook and Joseph Cooney for... Read more

VirtualPC and RedHat Linux 9.0


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
This past weekend, I was playing around with VirtualPC 5.2, much like others.  In particular, since my journey into VMWare, I wanted to see how this... Read more

Iterators and Anonymous Methods


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
Last month, I mentioned that Don Box talked about Generics at the Boston Dot Net Users Group meeting.  I didn't mention that he also talked about... Read more

Rotor on FreeBSD/Linux Continued


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
As with my previous post, I am working on my FreeBSD 4.8 Release tonight.  Last week, I had problems getting the CD-Rom to mount correctly (which, of... Read more

Startup and Shutdown in the CLR


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Chris Brumme has a new informative post on startup, shutdown, and other related issues in the CLR. Read more

More on FreeBSD, Rotor, and VMWare


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Last week, I tried to install my new FreeBSD on my new laptop as a dual boot partition, but ran into problems since my first bootable partition had... Read more

FreeBSD and Rotor


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
I took the FreeBSD plunge yesterday with a purchase of the full 4.8 (Stable) developer edition.  I plan on installing the OS, plus I plan on compiling... Read more

Sealed is needed sometimes


Ingo has a case (an article and examples) for why Sealed is sometimes needed.  Read more

CLR delegates compared to monikers


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Don Boxcompares CLR delegates to COM monikers.  Read more

Study Rotor


 .NET    CLR    Rotor   
Lately, I have been looking at Rotor to better understand the CLR and some of my own work with .Net in general.  If you are not familiar with Rotor,... Read more

CLR Loading


While checking blogs at Microsoft, I noticed from Brad Adams' blog that Suzanne Cook has a blog (Suzanne is in charge of the work on the CLR... Read more

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