Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Nuggets of goodness

Busy day on the MSDN blogs today – as well as Mike Taulty wondering if he’s been blacklisted from TechEd (*G*), we’ve got a posting from Doug about uninstalling .Net Framework 3.5 SP1, but also serves as a very good reminder as to how the .Net framework is layered.

Next, Kirill Osenkov has a good post on understanding generics, Eric White has posts on finding duplicates using LINQ, using Lambda expressions for Event Handlers, and taking a “flat” collection and chunking it into a data structure.

Finally, Ed Glas points to a new version of Fiddler, that apart from anything else has a cool timeline visualiser.

Update: It's not over yet! Vincent Sibal has a great article covering how to use the new WPF DataGrid, and in particular it's templating options, whilst Motley & Maven have an argument about Test Automation.

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