Business Process Management (BPM) is a revolution in the industry today. It promotes improved efficiency, increased flexibility and adaptability to future changes. BPM integrates business and IT into a unified whole – a paradigm shift from the way the traditional applications are designed and maintained. Enterprises the world over are now switching over to BPMS (Business Process Management Systems) so as to increase the operational agility and increase in ROI and the overall productivity of the organization as a whole.
While Design patterns are recurring solutions to problems often encountered in software applications, anti-patterns are exactly the opposite — these are recurring programming practices that create problems instead of solving them. These evolve out of over engineering, wrong implementation of design patterns, not following the recommended practices, etc.
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 is the next version of the widely popular managed runtime environment from the software giant. Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 ships with Visual Studio 2015 and includes some exciting new features and enhancements. These include the following:
Updates to the Base Class Library (BCL)
Support for RyuJIT
Event tracing enhancements
Support for code page encodings