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WPF RSS Reader

Learn how to build a light version RSS reader using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).

Using XPath for Your XML Based Queries in C# Programming

XPath is one of the important elements in the W3C's XSLT standard and is often referred as a query language used to help us navigate through attributes, elements and other XML objects. It helps us identify the information and process the data in xml-based data sources in an efficient manner. Read on to learn more...

Obfuscation of Your .NET Application Code

Developers find they have to secure code through Obfuscation -- a term that is defined as "a technique to complicate code so that it is hard to be reverse-engineered". The argument whether one should obfuscate code so as to protect the intellectual property is often debatable. Read on to learn more...

Seven WPF Programming Tips and Tricks

This article offers a list of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) tips that when combined can offer simple solutions to big problems.

Browser Debugging Tools to Help Debug ASP.Net Applications

ASP.Net web forms, as the webpages are officially known, can become cumbersome to handle when they grow richer. The first line of defense, in such cases, is offered by the Browser Debugging Tools. Read on to find out more about such tools and how they help.

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  • Following an IT incident through to resolution is more than just acknowledging an alert and restarting a server. The recent State of On-Call Report found that it takes most companies an average of 10-30 minutes to resolve an incident with an average of 5 people involved. Imagine how much money and time companies are spending to deal with incident resolution. But what if you had a tool that offered solutions baked in? Or a tool that sent alerts to the right person or team every time? These are the kind of …

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