Is some of your business logic in code and some in SQL Server? Then, just call the SQL from the .NET framework and the .NET framework from SQL with CLR integration. Here are all the steps you need to get started.
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Memory mapped files use the system's memory manager and lets you treat large files as if they were in-memory objects, supporting extremely large file access, faster access, and multiple, simultaneous processes accessing the same file.
Learn how to enumerate the files and folders on a computer with LINQ, managing access exceptions along the way.
Encryption and keeping secrets depends on large prime numbers that are too big to crack by brute force. .NET framework 4.0 introduces the BigInteger that has no theoretical upper and lower bounds.
Microsoft Visual Studio has extensive support for setting breakpoints with extra conditions, including code, and then searching for and managing those breakpoints. Read more to see how to put beakpoints to work for you.
There are as many explanations, examples, and mathematical descriptions for covariance and contravariance as you care to explore, but all of this information adds to the confusion. This article shows you why they are important concepts for software developers and how you can leverage variance when you design your code.