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Learn about several features relevant to developers in Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0, such as parallel programming, XSLT debugging, new ASP.NET features, and new VB.NET and C# features that include the Chart control, XSD Designer, Lambda Expressions, and optional parameters.
Use Reflection.Emit to speed up Reflection intensive processes by writing one general algorithm that emits a specific solution.
One general-purpose algorithm, written one time, is a great time saver for programmers.
Some things that seem hard are actually quite easy, and some things that seem easy take a little work, like that little [X] on a Windows Form, the ControlBox. Learn how to know just when that little bugger is pressed.
Let the .NET Framework write your XML Schema document (XSD) for you.
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