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Create Object Clones Through the Prototype Pattern in .NET
The Prototype Pattern is a common creational design pattern whereby an object is cloned to create new objects. The pattern is traditionally used where creating a new instance of an object would be prohibitive. The pattern is also great when you want to make copies of an object with slight variations and don't want to be concerned with how the object has been created.

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Credential Locker: Your solution for handling usernames and passwords in your Windows Store app
If you haven’t yet heard about the Credential Locker that's available for Windows Store apps, it’s time you did. Why? Because it not only simplifies the task of storing and retrieving user credentials, it stores them securely, and credentials roam with users “for free” along with their Microsoft account.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

EF6 Beta 1 Available

Since releasing Alpha 3 a few months ago, we've been working hard to add the remaining new features to the EF6 runtime and get the EF tooling ready to preview. Today we are pleased to announce the availability of EF6 Beta 1. Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Want to quickly build and publish a Windows 8 game? Here’s your chance.

We'll kick off this fun event with a free launch session and live chat on June 15, where you'll learn how to develop, upload and publish a Windows 8 game to the Windows Store. Using the popular, free tool, GameMaker: Studio from YoYo Games, both novices and professional developers can create and publish high-quality games faster than ever before. And don't think the support stops there. We've got your back all week long with one-on-one assistance through the GameMaker forums, plus an online Help Centre that's ready and willing to answer your questions. Need another reason to get started? Publish your app before June 30, 2013 and receive a $100 virtual Visa card for every qualified app that you enter(up to $2,000*). What are you waiting for? Register today. Read more

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