I have recognized by MVP (Most Valuable Professional) by Code Project again for the year 2010. This is second time I have been awarded with MVP. I have received MVP because of Contribution to the Code Project Forum over the year 2009.
I would like to congratulate all the MVP Winners 2010.
I would like to thank all my readers, friends and well wishers and thanks to Chirs Maunder(Co- Founder of Code Project), Sacha Barber , Rajesh R Subramanian , Christian Graus , Abhishek Sur and all CP Members
Enterprise Library caching application Block provides ready to use Caching Framework. This can be used in various application like
* ASP.NET Web application
* Windows Forms
* Windows Service
* Enterprise Services
* Web service
Implementing caching using Caching Application Block improve the performance of application as well as reduces the development time and cost. This Application blocks provides all kinds of function like adding, removing, managing expiration of cache.
As caching application block is predefined set of code and that are defined in a framework for that we need install Enterprise Library 4.1 First then we need to add some reference in to our application. These are Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Caching.dll and Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.common.dll.
I have published one complete article on Codeproject.com which describe how to use Enterprise Caching Application Block 4.1 . Here is my complete article
Exploring Caching : Using Caching Application Enterprise Library 4.1
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The Visual Studio 2010 IDE is simply great and came up with many new features within it. I have found one of the great and innovative features in Debugging style in VS 2010 Professional Beta 2 that is Pin/Unpin Object/Variable Inspect or Data Tip.
while debugging in visual studio we generally used mouse over on the object or variable to inspect the current value. This shows the current data items hold by the inspected object. But this is for limited time, as long as long the mouse is pointed to that object those value will be available. But in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2, there is a great feature to pin and unpin this inspected value. We can pin as many of any object and there sub object value also. Please have a look into below picture.
Apart from that there are many features like Drag and Drop Tip, Add Comments on tip etc. Here is my one complete article on CodeProject. Please have a look
Excellent Debugging Features in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2
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