4
votes
5answers
933 views

Why do projects opt to stay on an older version of the .NET Framework? [closed]

Why do projects opt to stay on an older framework version of the .NET Framework? For example, staying on .NET Framework version 3.5 which was released in 2007 instead of upgrading to the latest 4.5.1 ...
-1
votes
3answers
685 views

Can I run both .Net and Java framework in one computer?

I have .NET 2.5 installed in my computer unit, as a beginner I used VB.net As I went along I've also installed new .dlls that would help me with my VB.net programming Now, I want to study java as ...
4
votes
2answers
708 views

Update strategy for a software framework once it has been deployed

I need to update a software framework once it has been deployed. The framework we are creating is made up of .NET 4.0 libraries (in Visual Studio). This common set of code libraries will be ...
5
votes
2answers
338 views

Why isn't there a private deployment option for the .NET framework? [closed]

Here are reasons why one would want this: 1) We often don't use all the dlls but we force customers to install the entire .NET framework. It would be great to just deploy the dlls we need. 2) We ...
-1
votes
1answer
593 views

Design Pattern for building a Budget

So I've looked at the Builder Pattern, Abstract Interfaces, other design patterns, etc. - and I think I'm over thinking the simplicity behind what I'm trying to do, so I'm asking you guys for some ...
9
votes
3answers
757 views

Why do we have so many flavors of .NET? Is it a good thing? [closed]

There are many "flavors" of the .NET Framework: Full ("normal") Client profile subset Silverlight in web browsers "Silverlight" on Windows Phone Compact framework WinRT When C# code is needed on a ...
3
votes
4answers
2k views

Migrating myself from .Net 1.1 to .Net 4.0

I have been working with .Net for 7 years. ASP Web Apps, Windows Forms, Windows Services, mostly done in C#, but some in VB.Net. And as we started to work with .Net 1.1, we stayed on .Net 1.1. ...
1
vote
1answer
438 views

.net data access technology

Iam new with .Net technology and i need a help with choosing correct path of creating application. I want to create application that get its data from web-service and small part from local SQLCE ...
4
votes
8answers
290 views

Versions of .NET in an Interview

Interviews are full of an array of different types of questions. What I'm curious about is what people think about asking an interviewee about the differences in .NET versions. For instance, asking ...
17
votes
4answers
12k views

What is the best unit test framework for .NET and why? [closed]

It seems to me that everyone uses NUnit without even considering the other options. I think this is because: Everyone is familiar with it already so they won't have to learn a new API. It is already ...
8
votes
3answers
812 views

How are you using the Managed Extensibility Framework?

I have been working with MEF for about 2 weeks. I started thinking about what MEF is for, researching to find out how to use MEF, and finally implementing a Host with 3 modules. The contracts are ...