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Crypto Obfuscator Evaluation

Obfuscation is the hiding of intended meaning. And within the context of programming it’s a necessary evil for different classes of programs. Programs written against the .NET Framework are compiled into intermediate code called Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL). MSIL preserves the structure and many of the details of your code. This makes decompiling trivial. Obfuscation isn’t something you think of as adding value to your program. It’s something you may be forced to do when you’re w

Posted On Wednesday, September 25, 2013 1:20 PM

HTTP Succinctly
I was approached recently by Syncfusion. They pitched their Succinctly series and requested that I write about one of the e-books in the series. I chose HTTP Succinctly. My familiarity with the topic gave me the perspective needed to determine if their series lives up to its name. The Succinctly series was born out of a desire to provide concise education on technical topics for developers. The series includes e-books on data structures, HTTP, Git, Lightswitch, and various languages. Syncfusion claims ......

Posted On Sunday, March 10, 2013 1:49 PM

Book review: Introducing Microsoft LINQ
I got this book as a Christmas present and quickly read through it cover to cover. The primary focus of the book is to provide an introduction to LINQ (language integrated query) that is available in the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. In this end the book does a good job. Just don't look for anything comprehensive. The book starts out talking about what LINQ is and follows that up with a few chapters that talk about the new language features in C# and VB that make LINQ possible. I found the information ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 8, 2008 7:30 AM

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