The Microsoft .NET Framework provides imperative and declarative ways to check for proper permissions prior to attempting an action. Learn how and when to use them.
Articles Written by Mark Strawmyer
The .NET Framework uses an evidence-based security system. Learn how you can use the security policy to allow or deny actions to assemblies.
A new namespace in the upcoming 2.0 release of the Microsoft .NET Framework adds support for some very useful network-related items. Explores some of these new items and how you can use them to your advantage.
What are delegates, and what value do they provide? Mark Strawmyer explains why you may already be familiar with them and then digs into some examples of how you can use them.
This month, .NET Nuts & Bolts covers exception handling, examining what exceptions are and why they are important. You'll learn how to use them, how to create custom exceptions, and how to apply common best practices.
Discover how to add functionality for debugging and tracking an application's execution path.