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OP-ED: Process is Irrelevant

Knowledge, flexibility, and the discretion of smart individuals beats a one-size fits all rule book any day.

Talking Web Clients with JavaScript and the Speech API

See how to make your web clients read or play content to its users. You will experiment with JavaScript from the command line, learn a JavaScript debugging technique that might be useful, and see how to load the Speech API and ask it to read the ALT (text) attribute of HTML controls.

De-Sludging ASP.NET Pages with PageAdapter

Think you know about VIEWSTATE within ASP.NET? Learn how to fully implement VIEWSTATE in new and efficient ways in ASP.NET 2.0.

Programming with Lambda Expressions in VB9

Lambda Expressions provide a powerful and concise method of writing in-line code within Visual Basic, especially useful when working with LINQ queries. Learn how to implement Lambda in Orcas (VB9) before the next beta.

Anonymous Types (or Projections) in VB9

Anonymous types (or projections) are a new feature that permits you to define strong types on the fly without writing the nominal—full class—definition. Learn how to implement Anonymous types in VB9.

Implementing Extension Methods in VB.NET

Extension Methods permit programmers to add behavior to a class without creating a wrapper. Here, you will learn how to implement Extension Methods in Visual Basic and .NET.

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