Learn how to use ASP.NET 2.0 master pages, which allow developers to enforce common layout and behavior across pages within an application.
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Overloading the constructor of a class, which is the method called when you instantiate an object, ensures that your object is populated with all the information it needs to operate properly.
Learn about the importance of transactions and key transaction management features in .NET 2.0 from JOe Duffy, author of Professional .NET Framework 2.0.
Discover how to use the new Yahoo! Connection Manager — one of the most popular new Ajax libraries.
Read the final installment of the sample chapter on Generics.
A further study into the use of generics in C#2.
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