ZAAs you might be aware, this week ended my A-Z series exploring various facets of Microsoft and .NET technologies.  It was actually a lot of fun to explore a different topic each week, and I’m even happier to say I didn’t miss one Monday, making me something like 1 for10 in terms of fulfilling New Year’s resolutions.  With 26 letters in the alphabet leading to 26 posts, that also means 2009 is half-over, yikes!

Just to pull it all together, here’s a complete listing of the posts in this series.  I hope you got something out of one or more of the posts, and I’m always looking for new ideas, so let me know if there’s something you’d like to hear about on a more or less regular basis.

 

.NET from A-Z (introductory post)

A is for Azure B is for BAML C is for Color
D is for Dependency Property E is for Extension Method F is for F#
G is for Generation H is for HierarchyID I is for Isolated Storage
J is for JSON K is for Key L is for Lambda
M is for M N is for Nullable<T> O is for Oomph
P is for Partial Method Q is for Quirks R is for REST
S is for SQLMetal T is for Tracepoint U is for Unchecked
V is for Velocity W is for WeakReference X is for XML Literal
Y is for Yield Z is for Zermatt