Tom Archer illustrates how programmatically modifying Windows Registry keys and values from Managed C++ is much easier and more intuitive than ever before.
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When choosing between .NET Remoting and Web services for your distributed applications, XML Web services are the right call most of the time. Learn how to produce and consume these Web services.
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What are delegates, and what value do they provide? Mark Strawmyer explains why you may already be familiar with them and then digs into some examples of how you can use them.
In the first two releases of Visual Studio.NET, writing verifiably type-safe code with C++ went from impossible to extremely difficult. Thankfully, Visual C++.NET 2005 offers a much better story on verification than the current compiler.
Learn how .NET enables you to easily allow your users to create a cropping area of an image with the mouse and then create a new image consisting of only that cropped area.
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