Contents tagged with OOP

  • Wrap it up!

    In our daily programming with .NET, we often find new things to use. In some cases Microsoft tells us there is something new to use. Take the case of moving from .NET 1.1 to .NET 2.0. Remember in .NET 1.1 how you used the ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings("MyValue")  to retrieve values from your .Config files? Then when .NET 2.0 came out and you attempted to upgrade your project, now all those lines of code were marked as Obsolete and a bunch of warnings were generated in your project.