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Articles by Kurt Evenepoel (Articles: 3, Technical Blog: 1)

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.NET Framework
Posted: 20 Apr 2010   Updated: 20 Apr 2010   Views: 39,731   Rating: 4.60/5    Votes: 9   Popularity: 4.39
Licence: The Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL)      Bookmarked: 15   Downloaded: 169
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Pitfalls in working with DTDs, duplicate namespaces, significant whitespace and SchemaSets; includes new and obsolete features in System.XML 4.0.
Posted: 2 May 2009   Updated: 2 May 2009   Views: 23,030   Rating: 3.86/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.32
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Implementing Business Logic, Logging, and Validation for the Entity Framework.
Windows Communication Foundation
Posted: 29 Jan 2010   Updated: 17 Feb 2010   Views: 88,192   Rating: 4.79/5    Votes: 19   Popularity: 6.13
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Learn how to create and debug RESTful Web Services, and use streams and feeds.

Average blogs rating: 4.50

Code Generation
Posted: 28 May 2010   Updated: 28 May 2010   Views: 12,610   Rating: 4.50/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.35
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Code contracts are possible on concrete classes, abstract classes, interfaces and the generic versions of all the above.  In my previous post I talked about how you can prove .NET uses code contracts internally, for example on the ICollection interface.
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Kurt Evenepoel
Technical Lead Kluwer Technology Services
Belgium Belgium
C# developer for a few years and specialized in an age past in C and Visual Basic 6. Having had the opportunity to work with .NET 3.5 since it was released, I've been using it with great success (big thanks to you LINQ team) to create functionality faster and better than was possible in 2.0, and am now looking into .NET 4.0. Currently I work at Kluwer Technology Services where I'm a technical lead, helping my fellows, architecting solutions and spreading the knowledge. I’m also an MCPD for .NET 2.0 and 3.5.