Can anyone please let me know the benefits of using XML in .net? any links for this please..
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Cobra, a descendant of Python, offers a combined dynamic and statically-typed programming model, built-in unit test facilities, scripting capabilities, and much more. Feel the power here.
MSDN Magazine June 2009
T ypically, methods in managed executables are just-in-time (JIT) compiled. The machine code generated by the JIT compiler is thrown away once the process running that executable exits; therefore, the method must be recompiled when the application is run again.
MSDN Magazine May 2006
Having more than one CPU core on a single chip makes a system with a processor with two cores operate just like a dual-processor computer, and a system with a processor with four cores operate like a quad-processor computer, so you get much better performance. But if your application does not take advantage of these multiple cores, you may not reap the benefits. OpenMP helps you create multithreaded C++ applications more quickly so the benefits of multithreading can be realized.
Kang Su Gatlin and Pete Isensee
MSDN Magazine October 2005
Can anybody explain me or provide me with a links of good articles/tutorials on "Benefits And
Limitations of Service Oriented Architecture" ?
I mean Where to Use and Where not, the SOA.
Thanks In Advance
I am horrified by the example code shown on this page:
The class is over 100 lines long! Can somebody please explain to me how this is an improvement to working with ini files? I think it should not take this many lines to just read and write some stuff to a file...
I want to do a project for a company. but i am not sure how I can explain to the manager of the company about the benefits of Microsoft Sharepoint for their company.
I am not clear of the good aspects of that software.
can anyone please explain to me what can be done with MS Sharepoint and without it what could be lacking.
We have a newSAN raid 5 array which I am moving some of our databases too. Is there any benefit to moving the nonclustered indexes to a separate file group than the data files even though they will still be on the same disks/lun's on the san SAN?
I could see the benefit if the SAN was zoned where we had separate disks allocated so that I could move the index filegroup to different disks than the data files, but that does not appear to be an option. Running SQL 2005 standard, dual quad core
with 24 gig of RAM. Thanks!
We have a 64-bit sql server 2005 running with sp3 on server 2008 enterprise on an IBM server--quad core xeon and 6 Gb memory. We currently have three instances, one of which is in a trail stage. Is there any benefit or reason to have three instances? Any
thoughts on merging to one instance? We'd be able to allocate 4 gb directly to that once instance and hopefully get better performance for our third instance. Right now, with our max server memory setting at the default, our server memory is pegged at 80%.
Thanks for your thoughts,
Recently, I was asked to compare Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (2007) with Alfresco Enterprise for an ECM project. The project will be mostly be MS Word files. I was surprised to learn that Alfresco can interact with MS Word, and the licensing
So other than pricing, what do you think are the benefits of SharePoint Enterprise over Alfresco Enterprise?