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.NET Reflector Give Away
Red Gate gave me a few licenses of .NET Reflector to give away. The first to answer to this post in any of my blogs with a phrase about .NET Reflector and name and contact e-mail will get a free license. Hurry up! There aren’t many! Update: I've...

Posted Mon, Apr 18 2011 0:53 by Paulo Morgado

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.NET Reflector 7 Released
This new version fixes a number of bugs and adds support for more high level C# features such as iterator blocks. A new tabbed browsing model was added and Jason Haley's PowerCommands add-in was included as an exploratory step for future versions...

Posted Fri, Mar 11 2011 1:09 by Paulo Morgado | with no comments

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Hydrating Objects With Expression Trees - Part I
After my post about dumping objects using expression trees , I’ve been asked if the same could be done for hydrating objects. Sure it can, but it might not be that easy. What we are looking for is a way to set properties on objects of an unknown type...

Posted Mon, Aug 16 2010 1:55 by Paulo Morgado | 2 comment(s)

Mastering Expression Trees With .NET Reflector
Following my last post , I received lots of enquiries about how got to master the creation of expression trees . The answer is: .NET Reflector On that post I needed to to generate an expression tree for this expression: Expression < Func < object...

Posted Fri, Aug 6 2010 1:40 by Paulo Morgado | 1 comment(s)

PowerShell For The .NET Developer
Some time ago I needed to have the validationKey of the machineKey element of an ASP.NET application changed and found out that ASP.NET doesn’t provide a command-line tool (or any other) to do this. Looking around I found several applications and code...

Posted Fri, Sep 18 2009 1:03 by Paulo Morgado | 4 comment(s)

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redgate .NET Reflector Released
Today redgate released version of .NET Reflector . It was a bumpy release. Early today, at work, as soon as @antsprofiler was announced the deployment of the new version I tried to upgrade and was offered an upgrade to the version over...

Posted Mon, Mar 30 2009 23:47 by Paulo Morgado | with no comments

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Lutz Roeder’s .NET Reflector Is Now Red Gate’s .NET Reflector
Let’s face it, if you don’t know .NET Reflector, you can never claim to be a .NET developer. Today Red Gate announced the acquisition of Lutz Roeder’s .NET Reflector. On .NET Reflector ’s page, Red Gate states that “will continue to maintain a free version...

Posted Wed, Aug 20 2008 23:34 by Paulo Morgado | with no comments

.NET Reflector Released
Get it from here .

Posted Mon, May 19 2008 0:38 by Paulo Morgado | 2 comment(s)

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