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    Microsoft AzMan (Authorization Manager) is a role-based access and security framework for .NET applications.

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  • How will SOAP impact .Net application development?

    This tip comes from InformIT and examines the prospects of .Net development with other systems with the use of SOAP.

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  • Microsoft’s Patterns & Practices Summit 2007: Software Factory Day

    Microsoft's Patterns & Practices Summit highlighted the best strategies for architecting .NET applications. This report focuses on the summit's day devoted to software factories.

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  • Adesso partner program reaches developers big and small

    The company's AppsNOW Partner Program offers enterprises and individual developers alike a place to share .NET applications and optimize them for mobile or distributed development.

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  • Tuning .NET applications for peak performance

    As .NET gains traction as an enterprise platform, experts say .NET app performance management is the next frontier. Many tools aim to make the .NET server pool more manageable.

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  • Hints for troubleshooting .NET applications

    When an application stops working as expected, figuring out where to start is often the hardest task. This tip provides troubleshooting hints to get your app up and running again.

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  • New GrayWolf tool sheds light on Microsoft .NET application security

    Black Hat 2011: A free Microsoft .NET application security tool helps programmers reverse-engineer .NET applications to manipulate and control them.

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  • What’s the best way to store files in a disk?

    I have a project that I'm trying to figure out the best approach. I'm using .NET Application and I need to store 200,000 objects. 10 of the need to be stored per second from multiple threads. I'm using binaryserialization before storing them and I'll need to access them later by either an integer...

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