A new section of the .NET Framework Developer Center went live today, it focuses on 64-bit .NET Framework programming.

Over to Frank Redmond for the details:

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Check out the MSDN .NET Framework Developer Center’s new 64-bit .NET Framework programming section! The new 64-bit .NET Framework programming section includes: development articles, tools and community resources as well as 2 step-by-step Hands-On Lab (HOL) samples that will get you up to speed quickly on 64-bit .NET Framework programming. HOL501 addresses the most common managed code migration scenarios: migrating managed code with no native dependencies, migrating managed code w/a dependency on a native DLL, migrating managed code w/a dependency on a native DLL that requires unsafe code and migrating managed code w/a dependency on a native COM component. HOL503 addresses C++ migration issues such as data type changes to the Win32 API and floating-point differences as well as investigating memory performance considerations. The new 64-bit .NET Framework programming section also includes a step-by-step guide on Visual Studio 2005 remote debugging. Check out the new 64-bit .NET Framework programming section on the MSDN .NET Framework Developer Center and let me know what you think!

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