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What’s new in .NET Framework 4.5? [poster] (via Heikniemi Hardcoded)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/02/14

What’s new in .NET Framework 4.5? [poster] (via Heikniemi Hardcoded)I love the “Async ja Await equal to C#” in the picture and the copy-paste re-use in this blog entry from msguy.

Jouni Heikniemi originally posted “What’s new in .NET Framework 4.5 [poster]” on 20111029, then updated the poster on 20111116.

His original poster is Finnish, and his English poster contains a small translation glitch “Async ja Await equal to C#” (“ja” is Finnish for “and”).

Both posters are PNG filess, so msguy Anil made it into a textual document, including the translation glitch.

I love that, as it shows we are all humans :)


via: Bruno Leonardo Michels – Google+.

4 Responses to “What’s new in .NET Framework 4.5? [poster] (via Heikniemi Hardcoded)”

  1. karthick said

    .Net 4.5 cannot install in Windows XP, Windows 2003.

    Itanium processors are not supported.

    You can store more than 2 GB data in arrays.

    workstation garbage collection overhead issues is solved using Server GC

    You set Timeout for Regular expressions.

    In Windows 8, it uses Unicode 6.0.0

    .net training in chennai

  2. While I fully admit the glitch in translation, let it be recorded for posterity that I did fix the typo on 2011-11-16. :-) The current poster is typo-free.

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