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In these days, people begin to expertise some new features in .NET 4.0. And I am same to them as well. One of features I like and write to this post is dynamic keyword. It is not new, at least in PHP, Python, Ruby... But in .NET world, I think it is new and ship to .NET 4.0 as a default. And some of projects are ported to .NET based on DLR as IronPython, IronRuby. We can use dynamic keyword in anywhere in our project. How do you think about it? So dynamite, isn’t it? :D. Some of people are
didn’t like it, some else are love it. How about you? With me, I only try to utilize a new feature in .NET 4.0 for make my work is easier. Today I obstacle issue when I try to implement an error management in my application. All things will not be hard to get if I didn’t separate all base classes to one assembly and try to reference it from my ASP.NET MVC solution. It is meaning all base controller, base view model and some of helpers, extensions are live in one assembly (called it was WebInfrastructure). And try avoiding

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