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.NET is an enormously powerful platform for generating clean, well-designed binary components. Programming .NET Components, Second Edition shows you how to make the most of .NET 2.0 and VS ’05 for component development -- including their new improvements, such as generics, iterators, and anonymous methods.
Like the universally praised First Edition, this book identifies core principles for effective component design and helps you choose among the many options .NET offers you. Juval Löwy systematically covers interface-based programming, lifecycle management, versioning, events, asynchronous calls, multithreading, serialization, persistence, remoting, security, and much more.
There are scores of examples: most in C#, some in VB. Löwy also presents many downloadable utilities, tools, and helper classes intended to improve your productivity and code quality. If you write .NET components, you’ll find this book indispensable. Bill Camarda, from the August 2005 Read Only