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.NET is a free and open-source, managed computer software framework for Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. It is a cross-platform successor to .NET Framework. The project is primarily developed by Microsoft employees by way of the .NET Foundation, and released under the MIT License.

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    Blog: Whidbey IDE C# enhancements

    Very much looking forward to the refactoring part: ยป MSDN WebCast
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    Blog: Whitehorse Info

    MS showed off Whitehorse today in the first of the DevDays. Good article on MSWatch about the demo with links for more info.
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    Blog: CodeSmith 2.5 Released

    Eric Smith released CodeSmith 2.5 today. If you’re unfamiliar to CodeSmith…
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    Blog: Rich Custom Error Handling with ASP.NET

    Great article on advanced exception handling: Rich Custom Error Handling with ASP.NET .
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    Blog: MSDN C# Data Structure series

    MSDN is running Scott Mitchell’s 8-part series on C# Data Structures. He’s slowly building the series… so far, very interesting! Part 1: An Introduction to Data Structures Part 2: The Queue, Stack, and Hashtable Part 3: Binary Trees and BSTs updated 2/17/2004 Part 4: Building a Better Binary Search Tree updated 2/21/2004 Part 5: From Trees to Graphs updated 3/13/2004 Part 6: Efficiently Representing Sets updated 4/14/2004
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    Blog: New .Text DataProvider [Matisse DB Provider] (with source)

    Looks like someone has already created a new data provider for .Text. I hope to have some time to create a mySql or Access provider for those who don’t have SQL server. My host doesn’t provide SQL except at higher hosting plans, but I do have mySql. Never worked with mySql… Wonder how different it really is? You can get it here (content no longer available). I put .Text database schema in both ODL/XML formats and as Rational Rose file.
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    Blog: Comparing CLR, Mono, SSCLI and JAVA Performance

    Eric Gunnerson blogged another blog touting the CLR, JAVA, SSCLI and Mono performance. Interesting reading. Comparing CLR, Mono, SSCLI and JAVA Performance Related… - Eric Gunnerson’s C# Compendium
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    Blog: Scott Mitchell's C# Data Structure series

    MSDN is running Scott Mitchell’s 8-part series on C# Data Structures. He’s slowly building the series… so far, very interesting! Part 1: An Introduction to Data Structures Part 2: The Queue, Stack, and Hashtable Part 3: Binary Trees and BSTs updated 2/17/2004
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    Blog: System.Web.Mail

    Saw this on some other blogs… the Complete FAQ for the System.Web.Mail namespace.
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    Blog: Power ASP.NET webcast

    In short… WOW! The Wintellect guru Jeff Bravo talks custom HttpHandlers for dynamic imaging with GDI+, logging in the HTTP pipeline, and has lots of cool demos, and a sweet database-dependency trick for SQL Server and ASP.NET 1.x. Jeff also discusses what not to do when developing code and components, so as a pessimist, I enjoyed it. It’s a 200-level WebCast, discussing topics outside of the scope of the normative presentation on ASP.
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    Blog: Nice open source ASP.NET menu server control

    skmMENU . Here are some msdn articles on it as well: Building an ASP.NET Menu Server Control Examining the skmMenu Server Control
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    Blog: VisualStudio.NET goodies

    Chris Sells has a nice VS.NET Fun Facts that outlines some pretty useful things to get the most out of VS.NET.
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    Blog: Unit testing for .NET and ASP.NET

    One of these days I’m going to sit down and spend some quality time figuring out the best way to implement unit testing in my apps. The two tools I’m leaning towards and need to spend some time learning are NUnit and NUnitASP .
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    Blog: Whidbey wish list

    The upcoming release of Whidbey will have many cool new features … I have a few things I’d really like to see and therefore, this is my wishlist. Don’t agree? Start your own wish list! Code Formatting: So much has been made about the 80+ code formatting options. While I think it’s a great idea, and I realy like the idea how you can export your settings to multiple machines (users), I have another approach.
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    Blog: VS.NET Automation Samples on MSDN

    MSDN has a new download listing of a ton of automation samples for VS.NET 2003. Some look very handy!
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    Blog: iTextSharp: open source C# project porting text->PDF

    iText# ( iTextSharp ) is a port of the iText open source java library written entirely in C# for the .NET platform. iText# is a library that allows you to generate PDF files on the fly. It is implemented as an assembly.
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    Blog: Ever wanted to create an MMC snapin using .NET (C# specifically)?

    Just stumbled across a project on SourceForge that’s an MMC Library for developing MMC snap-ins using .NET. The author also wrote the first part of a multipart artile on CodeProject on how to create an MMC snap-in using C# .
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    Blog: .NET CLR Profiler v2

    Jan Gray has a recent post detailing a new release of the CLR Profiler.
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    Blog: Preview of Web Development with VS Whidbey

    MSDN has a new article about 24 features in the upcoming Whidbey release of VS.NET that are supposed made development of data-driven web apps easier and faster.
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    Blog: Nice regular expression tool (FREE)

    Looks pretty slick… even though I have’t done a whole lot with reg expressions. [ link ]
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    Blog: List of extra development tools

    WOW… Chris Burrows compiled a list of responses from a post on the Win Off Topic mailing list about what extra .NET development tools people use. Check this out!
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    Blog: Screenshots of ASP.NET Whidbey

    https://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/posts/32318.aspx
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    Blog: Snippet Compiler

    The Snippet Compiler is an app by Jeff Key that lets you compile little .NET code snippets quickly without the hassle of building a VS.NET solution & project. One of my favorite features is the ability to save code as HTML with all the tabs and formatting.
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    Blog: Whooo! New C# 2.0 Spec & C# Language website!

    My preferred CLR language of choice, C#, now has a new website ! Also, leading into the PDC , the C# team has published their new v2 language spec . Another good link on the new features posted on GotDotNet : [ link ].
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    Blog: .NET & Managed Code Performance

    Great article on GotDotNet about managed code performance as well as links to tools and videos on how to use them. http://gotdotnet.com/team/clr/about_clr_performance.aspx
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    Blog: .NET Wiki (SharpWiki)

    I just came across a new project on SourceForge which is a .NET C# implementation of Wiki. http://sourceforge.net/projects/sharpwiki/
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    Blog: Build trees with ASP.NET

    Two very cool links on how to build tree controls in .NET. Too many people either: Load the whole tree at runtime (not good for huge trees). Perform a round trip to the server… (not elegant). Check them out! http://www.comobjects.net/Support/Help/DeepTree/Overview.htm http://www.comobjects.net/Support/Help/DeepTree/Overview2.htm
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