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Introducing .NET Generics

Generics is new feature in .NET v2.0. This article explains Generics, shows how to create them, and includes some simple examples of where they could be useful.

ClickOnce Deployment in .NET Framework 2.0

In this article, Thiru Thangarathinam examines .NET 2.0's new ClickOnce deployment technology that is designed to ease deployment of Windows forms applications. This new technology not only provides an easy application installation mechanism, it also eases deployment of upgrades to existing applications.

Building a .NET Console Application for Scheduled Tasks

This article walks you through the process of building a simple .NET command-line application that is designed to be scheduled to execute. The sample application will send an HTTP request to a web server and send the returned HTML as the body of an email message. Once the application is complete, the article will examine how to schedule it to run using Windows Scheduled Tasks.

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