VB.NET 2.0 enables you to utilize overloaded operators, which not only are easy to implement but also can provide your classes with intuitive operators. Learn how to use this powerful feature.
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Get a sneak preview of the compression and decompression classes that are coming in the .NET Framework 2.0 due out later this year.
For complex data types, the traditional display offered by debug windows is inadequate. Visual C++ 2005 makes a dramatic upgrade to the variable display, offering a number of improvements in the way you can examine data during a debug session.
Implement Paul Kimmel's Radio pattern to separate internal messaging within an application. Along the way, you'll learn how to create a reusable custom application block for the same purpose.
Tom Archer presents a step-by-step tutorial for building an application that uses the .NET XML classes to read and write video information to an XML file.
By using BizTalk 2004, Web services, and the Broker enterprise pattern, you can create a centralized file broker that enables you to more easily configure security, administer services, and share code across your organization.
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Here are some guidelines to make implementing load testing easier and more likely to be well received by your team.