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.Net General Topics

Here I am adding some of the topics in .Net. It will be helpful if you are looking in topics wise. 

Short cut keys in VS 2005 : VS 2005 Default Key Bindings 

C# Coding Standards :  C# Coding Standards

About N -Tier Architetcure : N-Tier 

How GC will work in .Net?: Garbage Collection

C# Essentials : Essentials

Remoting : Remoting

Delegates:  Exploring Delegates

Delegates, Events and Name Spaces : Delegate & Events

Windows Form: Windows Form

Reflection:  Reflection in C#

Exception Handling : Exception Handling in c#

Threading : .NET Threading

What is .NET 3.0 and 3.5 Summary : .NET 3.0 and 3.5

C# Coding Style Guide : Coding Rules

September 6, 2008 Posted by | General | , | Leave a comment

.Net 3.0 & .Net 3.5

C#.Net 3.0 Specification

Dot Net 3.0 & 3.5 Documentation

September 5, 2008 Posted by | General | | 2 Comments

Learn C#

http://www.astahost.com/c-tutorial-lesson-1-hello-world-program-t15383.html

Download the eBook C Sharp

C#.Net 2.0 Feartures C# 2.0

C# Essentials : Oreilly 2nd-edition

Click on the below link and join in .Net forum name DotnetSpider.
Satya Puvvada
This forum will have the Tutorials, Interview Questions and the best one is FORUM.

September 5, 2008 Posted by | General | | 1 Comment

Design Patterns

What are Design Patterns?

Design Patterns – 1

Design Patterns – 2

Design Patterns -3

September 5, 2008 Posted by | General | | Leave a comment

VB.Net

Mastering in Visual Basic .Net

Visual Basic .Net

VB.Net

September 4, 2008 Posted by | .Net Books | | 3 Comments

Agile Development Methods

Agile methods are evolved to adopt changes quickly during the development. This approach is just opposite to plan driven traditional approaches. The main focus of agile methods is early releases of working software that responds to changes promptly using collaborative techniques, code refactoring, test driven development and customer involvement .. more..

Agile Development methodologies are Scrum+ and Scrum Mile.

Download information about Scrum +   and  Scrum Mile

September 2, 2008 Posted by | General | | Leave a comment

   

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