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Reflection optimization techniques

, 29 May 2013 CPOL
The article presents some .NET techniques for using Reflection optimally and efficiently.

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16 - publicly available Yes 30-May-13 3:51 Available Jain, Ajay
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14 No 30-May-13 2:34 Pending Jain, Ajay
The code snippet for GetReader got deleted with a small change last time, so added that back.
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Jain, Ajay
Architect Symphony Teleca Corporation
India India
I am Ajay Jain, a Senior Architect with 16+ years of experience in Microsoft technologies. I work at Symphony Teleca Corporation, Bangalore. I specialize in technologies like Microsoft.Net, C#, SOA, Enterprise Architecture, SQL Server, JavaScript and Azure.
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