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Running with Code Like scissors, only more dangerous April 2009 Entries
Unsung C# Hero: Closure
Today I’m going to talk about a feature of C# that has been around since 2.0 (with the introduction of anonymous delegates) but which gets nearly no lip service and, despite the fact that most C# developers have probably used it, they’ve probably used it without thinking about it. This feature is called closure, and it refers to the ability of a nested function to make reference to the surrounding function’s variables. This article will make extensive discussion of how delegates are implemented in ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 8, 2009 5:20 PM

Your Own Transactions with LINQ-to-SQL
I’m working on porting an existing forum-based community from SMF to a new .NET-based forum platform that I’m authoring. I’m excited about it; I love SMF, but it doesn’t have what I want and frankly, it’s a scary beast to try to tackle. I’d considered using some kind of bridge between it and my code, but I knew I wanted deep integration of the forums with the new community site, and I wanted the community site in .NET. So I made the decision to write an importer to talk between MySQL and my SQL Server-based ......

Posted On Thursday, April 2, 2009 1:25 AM

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