CODE Magazine – 2004 – January/February

CODE Magazine - 2004 - January/February

The January/February issue of Component Developer Magazine (CODE) is focused on the upcoming version of Visual Studio codenamed “Whidbey”, and contains several in-depth articles focused on that subject, as well as several general .NET articles.

Table of Contents:
*) An Introduction to Visual Studio .NET Whidbey
*) Exploring New WinForm Controls in VS .NET Whidbey
*) Touring Base Class Library Enhancements
*) Creating User-Defined Data Types in Yukon
*) Creating Web Sites with ASP.NET Whidbey
*) Three Cool New Features in C#
*) .NET Gripes and XAML Worries
*) The Mind of an Angry Coder: Waiting to Inhale
*) Dynamically Adding Controls
*) Creating Skinned Controls for ASP.NET
*) ADO.NET Best Practices – Part II
*) C# 2.0 Code Refactoring
*) Doc Detective – Jan/Feb 2004
*) .Finalize() – Knowing Where You Are

For more information, visit www.codemag.comThe January/February issue of Component Developer Magazine (CODE) is focused on the upcoming version of Visual Studio codenamed “Whidbey”, and contains several in-depth articles focused on that subject, as well as several general .NET articles.

Table of Contents:
*) An Introduction to Visual Studio .NET Whidbey
*) Exploring New WinForm Controls in VS .NET Whidbey
*) Touring Base Class Library Enhancements
*) Creating User-Defined Data Types in Yukon
*) Creating Web Sites with ASP.NET Whidbey
*) Three Cool New Features in C#
*) .NET Gripes and XAML Worries
*) The Mind of an Angry Coder: Waiting to Inhale
*) Dynamically Adding Controls
*) Creating Skinned Controls for ASP.NET
*) ADO.NET Best Practices – Part II
*) C# 2.0 Code Refactoring
*) Doc Detective – Jan/Feb 2004
*) .Finalize() – Knowing Where You Are

For more information, visit www.codemag.com

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