Decompiling .NET Applications

Posted by Filip Ekberg on February 14 2013 15 Comments

There are many reasons to why you might want to decompile an application after it’s been compiled. Compiling C# code “just” translates it into MS IL. The compiler of course does some magic and tweaks the code as much as possible. There’s no metadata stored after compilation which means that comments and such will not […]

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Friday with Filip – Being productive

Posted by Filip Ekberg on September 28 2012 3 Comments

Welcome to this week’s Friday with Filip! Earlier this week I wrote about how to organize your thoughts by using tools such as Evernote and XMind. Both of these are very easy to work with but are somewhat limited to getting your thoughts into a persistent format. Since productivity is important to all of us, […]

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Organize your thoughts

Posted by Filip Ekberg on September 25 2012 5 Comments

Do you get a lot of ideas when you go to bed, that you forget in the morning? I sure do and I know that this is very common. The reason that I’ve got explained to me is that because when we go to bed, we relax our entire body & mind. When doing so […]

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Visual Studio 11 and Visual Studio 2010 Side by Side

Posted by Filip Ekberg on September 19 2011 4 Comments

For those that don’t want to install the Windows 8 Developer Preview on their workstation just to try out and develop applications in Visual Studio 11, I can happily say that Visual Studio 11 runs perfectly fine side by side Visual Studio 2010 on Windows 7! You can download the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview […]

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