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I work as a developer on the Common Language Runtime (CLR) team, specifically in the areas of exception handling and CLR hosting.
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Inside and Out... An attempt to understand technology better... June 2007 Entries
[Download] Pocket Maps - mapping addresses on the Pocket PC
I just finished authoring PocketMaps, a .NET CF 2.0 based application for Windows Mobile 5.0 based Pocket PC devices that does address mapping on the device using the Yahoo! Map Image API. You can enter the address as free text, or with city/state/zipcode details or as latitude/longitude combination and PocketMaps will map it for you. Particularly useful when you are on the move and want to know the location of an address. It also lets you save the map image that you can send via email/bluetooth, ......

Posted On Monday, June 25, 2007 9:28 PM

Enumerating AppDomains - I
Surprisingly, enumerating AppDomains is not that straightforward. The System.AppDomain type does not expose functionality to enumerate them at all. The way to enumerate them will be to use the V1 Hosting interface, ICorRuntimeHost and then invoke the EnumDomains and NextDomain methods against it to get the list. If you are using CLR 2.0, you needn't worry as CLR 2.0 does implement the V1 interfaces as well. Below is the snippet that exemplifies the concept (note: AppDomains will only be enumerated ......

Posted On Saturday, June 9, 2007 8:45 PM

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