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January, 2009

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    Framework Design Guidelines: Extension Methods

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    Continuing in our weekly blog post series that highlights a few of the new additions to the Framework Design Guidelines 2 nd edition .. This content is found in the Extension Methods section of Chapter 5: Member Design. One of the major new features we...
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    Framework Design Guidelines: Sealed Classes

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    Continuing in our weekly blog post series that highlights a few of the new additions to the Framework Design Guidelines 2 nd edition .. This content is found in the Extensibility Mechanisms section of Chapter 6: Designing for Extensibility. It is interesting...
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    Framework Design Guidelines: Avoiding custom delegates

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    Continuing in our weekly blog post series that highlights a few of the new additions to the Framework Design Guidelines 2nd edition .. This content is found in the Events and Callbacks section of Chapter 6: Designing for Extensibility. I am impressed...
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    .NET Fireside Chats - Brad Abrams and Krzysztof Cwalina

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    The .NET Zone just published an interview with Kry and me. Check it out: .NET Fireside Chats - Brad Abrams and Krzysztof Cwalina You can learn some interesting stuff about what lead to writing the first edition of the book, what a 'Framework' is...
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    Getting Ready for Mix09

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    What were you planning to do March 18-20th? If it does not have to do with Vegas and the Web, it might be time to think again! Mix09 is going to rock ... I have had a chance to look at some of the sessions that are in the works (some of them haven't made...
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