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on 3/2/2015 11:47 AM
I’ve been getting a bit cross about backward compatibility recently. This post contains two examples of backward incompatibilities in .NET 4.6, and one example of broken code which isn’t being fixed due for backward compatibility reasons. Let me start off by saying this post is not meant to be seen as an attack on Microsoft. … Continue reading Backward compatibility pain →
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