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Patrice Calvé,

Use a ReadOnlyObservableCollection when you allow people to subscribe to changes to a collection, without allowing them to make changes to the collection. ReadOnlyObservableCollection is a object from ...

deadlydog,

I’m new to working with Xml through PowerShell and was so impressed when I discovered how easy it was to read an xml element’s value. I’m working with reading/writing .nuspec files for working with NuGet. ...

simonc,

You write a security-related application that allows addins to be used. These addins (as dlls) can be downloaded from anywhere, and, if allowed to run full-trust, could open a security hole in your application. ...

I recently encountered an issue when developing a BizTalk Server 2010 solution using Visual Studio 2010. When selecting to add a new item to a project, the schema item was missing in the Visual Studio ...

Tim Murphy, Misc

Did you know that blogging is a drug and that if you go too long without posting something you actually go into withdrawal? It turns out to be the case, at least for me. Whatever the excuse may be, when ...

Bob Hardister,

In a discussion about software product versioning, the post on Semantic Versioning came up. I found the essay to reflect commonly recognized best practices. However, the value of the essay is in the concise ...

simonc,

So, how do you create partial-trust appdomains? Where do you come across them? There are two main situations in which your assembly runs as partially-trusted using the Microsoft .NET stack: Creating a ...