.NET 2.0 is chock full of new features that advanced developers can exploit. Richard Hale Shaw''s session explores custom iterators, trace listeners, debugger visualizers, and more.
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.NET 2.0 is chock full of new features that advanced developers can take advantage of and run with: debugger visualizers for controlling how data is viewed and rendered in a debugger, attributes to better control serialization, custom iterators (in C# 2.0) and anonymous methods for creating custom collections with multiple forms of iteration, and new trace listenersjust to name a few. Richard examines a wide-reaching number of these new features, how they work, and how you can start leveraging them right away. He'll also look at the new disjunctive security demands, the Friend Assembly mechanism, and other new services that you might have thought were specific to a given managed language but are in fact available to everyone.
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