Mark presents his third and final installment of the series on multithreading. Take a look at how threads can be used to write a server application to accept multiple requests. This will involve using classes from the System.Threading namespace along with classes from the System.Net namespace.
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Learn more about multithreading, a powerful tool for creating high-performance applications. Here you see the basic methods involved with working with threads, along with the synchronization of thread activity.
C++ templates are like a secret weapon for developers. Those who never got around to learning C++ because "it's really complicated" and "it has all kinds of funky features no one would ever use" have no idea what we can do with templates. Now to learn about templates and the dramatic improvements in Visual C++ .NET!
Discover the basic technique for binding any data source to a DataList and DataGrid in .NET. Also learn the basics for defining a data binding statement for the template sections of a DataList.
Paul continues his two part article showing you how to turn up your productive output by using macros in Visual Studio .NET to write simplified code generators.
If you're writing a new Managed C++ application and you're thinking of using collections in that code, you may be unsure whether to use STL collections or a class from the Base Class Library. Learn your choices.
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