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Visual Studio 2008 "How Do I" Videos

Published on: Author: Rob Windsor 3 Comments

If you’re interested in seeing some of the new features of Visual Studio 2008 in action, you should check out the series of “How Do I” videos at http://www.visualstudio2008beta.com/videos.htm. There are 13 up there now and more will be added every week. If you want to play along, head on over to http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/aa700831.aspx and download a copy of… Continue reading

Some Specifics on Generics

Published on: Author: Rob Windsor Leave a comment

Generics are the most significant language addition to .NET 2.0. They allow for code re-use in ways not previously available and make it much easier to write type-safe, better performing code. That is, they help you turn runtime exceptions into compile-time errors while making your application run faster. Sound good? What’s the Problem?The classic example… Continue reading