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1 How to change Menu Bar Style in Visual Studio 2015 ? Administrator
2 Automatically place the ‘System’ directives first when ‘Sorting Usings’ option in Visual Studio Administrator
3 Simplest way of creating custom exceptions in .NET using Visual Studio 2015 Administrator
4 Top 10 Most Popular .NET Tips of the Year Administrator
5 Create your own development environment View – Custom Windows Layouts in Visual Studio 2015 Administrator
6 Initialization of Dictionary – Dictionary initializer in C# 6.0 Administrator
7 Null – Conditional Operators in C# 6.0 Administrator
8 Using nameof Operator in C# 6.0 Administrator
9 Conditional Exception Handling – Exception Filters in C# 6.0 Administrator
10 Using await in a catch or finally block – in C# 6.0 Administrator
11 Expression – Bodied Methods in C# 6.0 Administrator
12 Initialize Auto-Property and Getter Only Auto-Property in C# 6.0 Administrator
13 Easily format strings – String interpolation in C# 6.0 Administrator
14 Simplify Static Member Access – Using Statement With Static Classes in C# 6.0 Administrator
15 How to use Microsoft Word for Blogging Administrator
16 5 cool things about Windows 10 that you need to know Administrator
17 Automatically uninstall and then reinstall Windows 8.1 App package while start debugging Administrator
18 Dealing with Front and Rear Camera in a Windows Store Application Administrator
19 5 simple steps to getting started with Camera in Windows Store App. Administrator
20 Getting the Item container corresponding to the selected item in XAML – Windows Store App Administrator
 
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