.NET Framework Notes for Professionals
Publisher: Goalkicker.com 2018
Number of pages: 192
Contents: Getting started with .NET Framework; Collections; XmlSerializer; HTTP clients; Exceptions; LINQ; Networking; NuGet packaging system; Reflection; Dictionaries; HTTP servers; Settings; Task Parallel Library (TPL); Custom Types; DateTime parsing; Memory management; Managed Extensibility Framework; SpeechRecognitionEngine class to recognize speech; System.Reflection.Emit namespace; System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache (ObjectCache); JSON Serialization; TPL Dataflow; File Input/Output; Platform Invoke; Code Contracts; VB Forms; ForEach; Strings; Expression Trees; Threading; System.Diagnostics; etc.
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