The new asynchronous invocation framework in .NET Framework 2.0 increases developer productivity and greatly enhances the user experience. Learn how to implement it in your .NET applications.
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Tom Archer illustrates in step-by-step fashion how to read an image file from disk and then save it to a SQL Server database by using the ADO.NET SqlCommand and SqlParameter objects.
Curious about what to expect in 2005 out of the development community? Check out Bradley Jones' yearly forecast on what to anticipate.
Tom Archer illustrates step-by-step instructions for using the .NET DataReader class to read image data from a database, and he presents a generic function that will write this data to disk.
Learn how to encrypt offline data, .NET style. Paul Kimmel offers you the opportunity to experiment with ADO.NET, XML serialization, streams, and the DPAPI—technologies you can use to encrypt user data.
For situations when a company doesn't want the responsibility of maintaining a user password file, Tom Archer presents a mechanism that stores and uses the hash codes of passwords instead of the actual passwords to validate users.
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