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"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Michael Hartl
By Michael Hartl
Sep 19, 2012
When things don't go as smoothly as you'd hoped, it's easy to let frustration sink in. Even acclaimed Ruby developer Michael Hartl makes mistakes! Inside, he shares some inspiration to keep you on track.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Obie Fernandez
By Obie Fernandez
Jul 11, 2012
Hashrocket founder and Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series Editor Obie Fernandez talks about the importance of reading error messages.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Rand Morimoto
By Rand Morimoto
Feb 19, 2013
Rand Morimoto, Microsoft MVP and president of Convergent Computing, writes about the importance of learning PowerShell, even if you're comfortable with using GUIs.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Rob Pike
By Rob Pike
Aug 15, 2012
Rob Pike, now a Distinguished Engineer at Google, worked at Bell Labs as a member of the Unix Team and co-created Plan 9 and Inferno. He was central to the creation of the Go and Limbo programming languages. Rob shares an experience at Bell Labs that changed his approach to debugging.
"The Best Programming Advice I Ever Got" with Russ Olsen
By Russ Olsen
Aug 8, 2012
Russ Olsen, author of Eloquent Ruby and Clojure developer, spins a tale of an archaic CAD program, politics, and progress that can be summed up with one simple mantra: "Stay the hell out of other people's code!"
.NET Application Development
By Richard Grimes
Mar 15, 2002
In this sample chapter from Developing Applications with Visual Studio.NET, Richard Grimes discusses the issues that will arise when you come to develop .NET applications.
.NET Coding Standards
By Michelle Johnston Sollicito
Sep 12, 2003
Michelle Johnston suggests a set of .NET coding standards and looks at what such coding standards aim to achieve.
.NET Common Language Runtime Components
By Don Box, Chris Sells
Jan 17, 2003
Don Box and Chris Sells discuss modules and assemblies, the component building blocks of the CLR, and examine the CLR loader, which allows more flexible deployment and versioning and ensures that the component's origin cannot be spoofed through the use of public keys and digital signatures.
.NET Compact Framework Graphics
By Paul Yao, David Durant
Nov 12, 2004
Learn about the support that the .NET Compact Framework provides programs for creating graphical output, including limitations and how to supplement the programs with the help of GDI functions.
.NET Compact Framework Graphics
By David Durant, Paul Yao
Oct 1, 2004
Sometimes, great things come in small packages, and that's certainly the case with Microsoft's .NET Compact Framework. This chapter will show you how to apply graphical interfaces to your .NET programs.
.NET Custom Controls: Designer Basics
By Richard Weeks
Aug 2, 2002
When developing custom controls, designers define the behavior and UI presentation of a control. Enrich your design-time experience and learn how to incorporate designers into your application.
.NET Developer Platform Security Solutions
By Brian LaMacchia, Sebastian Lange, Matthew Lyons, Rudi Martin, Kevin T. Price
Feb 21, 2003
Examine the .NET framework's fundamental security, how it can provide mobile code download solutions that offer advantages over the traditional methods, and how it addresses the security challenges of networked computing.
.NET e-Business: Enabling Inter-Application Communications
By Matthew Baute, Eric L. Brown, John Pickett
Feb 8, 2002
This chapter from .NET e-Business Architecture introduces you to the tools and technologies available today that make it possible to produce great distributed software systems using the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Solutions Platform.
.NET Enterprise Servers: Enterprise Foundations
By Don Jones
Feb 7, 2003
Examine the various technologies that Windows provides for the .NET Enterprise Servers to build upon, and learn how to install, configure, and manage enterprise technologies such as clustering, IIS, Certificate Services, Terminal Services, and more.
.NET for Java Developers: Processing XML
By Alok Pota, Jawahar Puvvala
Jul 25, 2003
The .NET Framework has built-in support for XML processing. Discover how to use XML in .NET and what these benefits can do for you.
.NET Framework and Language Enhancements in 2005
By Lars Powers, Mike Snell
Sep 21, 2007
This chapter covers the enhancements to both Visual Basic .NET and C#.
.NET Identity and Principal Objects
By Enrico Sabbadin
Dec 23, 2003
The .NET Framework includes a simple but very flexible identity-based security mechanism. By using it, you can exercise very fine-grained control over who is allowed to use your programs and which functions those users can perform. As discussed in this article by Enrico Sabbadin, the key is a detailed understanding of the Principal and Identity objects.
.NET Identity and Principal Objects Part 2: Custom Authentication and Authorization
By Enrico Sabbadin
Jan 9, 2004
The second installment in this series about .NET security covers advanced topics such as secure custom authentication and role-based authorization. Enrico Sabbadin goes beyond the built-in authentication and authorization mechanism, and shows you how to develop custom authentication and authorization schemes.
.NET in 24 Minutes
By Lars Powers, Mike Snell
Aug 20, 2001
The hunger for information about .NET on the part of professional programmers, developers, and administrators is tremendous. This article provides a straightforward explanation of .NET, its components, and its importance, and serves as a reference to ...
.NET Internationalization: Using Custom Cultures
By Guy Smith-Ferrier
Oct 27, 2006
In this chapter, learn how to create, register/unregister, and deploy custom cultures.

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