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Reading Class Properties in .NET

 Discover four different ways to read your own application's metadata. Examples are in C# and VB.NET.

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Getting Started with LiteDB in .NET

Learn to use LiteDB, is a simple, serverless, fast and lightweight, embedded .NET document database written in .NET C# managed code.

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Creating a Picture Panning Control in .NET

Explore a very simple technique to accomplish a panning effect with your images.

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Deciding When to Use Weak References in .NET

By definition, a weak reference is all about garbage collection. Learn why and when to use one.

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Feedback on Microsoft's Insider Dev Tour 2018

Go on a virtual version of the Microsoft Developers tour.

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Validating JSON with JSON Schema in C#

Learn to write some code that demonstrates JSON Schema validation.


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