Wow – I gotta say the BCL team knows how to have a blog day… In one day the team managed to post 23 meaty blogs on a whole range of topics… and I know that many entries got ½ done that will post out over the next week or so. No doubt great search engine bait for years to come. I’d love to hear your feedback…is a blog day a good idea? What was your favorite post?
Here is a brief summary:
Come test your knowledge of obscure managed code related acronyms!
Done any ACLs work recently? The .NET Framework 2.o makes it so much easier… and Ravi would know as he is the dev that owns the feature!
Tricks from the dev that owns System.Collections.Generics… check it out!
RegEx for the guru… Ryan’s owns testing for Regex, so he should know!
Always looking to the future, Katy is asking about what else we should add to the Math class…
Ahh – now I think even I can get my head around that much regex!
If you have a semi-trusted app, you should be aware of this… In the process, Ravi gives you some transperncy into how we think about issues like this… your feedback is always welcome.
DateTime gets an update! The BCL devlead tells you want to look forward to in the future..
More for the security review of System.IO we did late last year.
What is an enterprise app without Tracing.. Mike, who owns testing in this area, walks you through the basics…
Wow — is it possible? Dave should know, he is the dev for the feature…
Get an inside scope on how we do testing at Microsoft….
What happened to SyncRoot? Find out! Brian should know as he wrote most of the generic collections.
An inside look at our compat bar… what do you think? Are we doing the right things for you?
I love this post… It is cool to see what the team likes about what we built.. the big and the small 😉
I have already plugged this, but if you are in the area, come and see us!
Wow – get does a good tour of the CLR on this one…
A great way to get started on CodeDom from the dev that would know!
Ravi gives you a primer on a new CLR 2.0 feature…
The truth about perf counters from the dev that would know!
You know that guy… 😉