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WCF Chat Application

The application uses .NET 3.0 and WCF to establish a peer to peer communication using netPeerTcpBinding. It uses .NET 3.0 predefined contract and .NET predefined services.

Looking at the WCF Windows Communication Foundation

Discover Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). Microsoft introduced this technology, which is a part of .NET 3.0, to make your life easy when it comes to building distributed applications.

Add, Edit, and Delete in DataGridView

Discover the simple steps to add, edit, and delete records from DataGridView by using the SqlCommandBuilder and SqlAdapter objects. You'll also see some of the features of asynchronous programming.

Managing Exceptions in .NET

Learn about the techniques and guidelines you can use to make your application stable and less prone to errors, hande errors in a graceful manner, and avoid crashing.

Events and Delegates in Depth

Learn the details about events and delegates. You'll also read about the .NET 2.0 features for delegates.

Satellite Assemblies

Discover what satellite assemblies are, how to create them, and how to use satellite assemblies with strong named assemblies with very simple and small pieces of code chunks.

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