Webcast series on Making the most out of .NET Framework


I am delivering a webcast series this week, the details are below. If you are interested please attend – I think there are slots available. Also, if you have attended and have any questions/suggestions related to the content – feel free to post them here.

Making the most out of .NET Framework by Bijoy Singhal

Objective of the series is to help Developers understand the basic to advanced concepts of the .NET platform, how it is different from the WIN32 and how to leverage its capabilities to the maximum.

Date & Time

Webcast

Sept 03, 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Understanding differences of the Native and Managed worlds

Sept 04, 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Understanding components of .NET

Sept 05, 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Understanding the structure of a .NET assembly using common tools

Sept 06, 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Designing performant applications for .NET + tips and tricks

Sept 07, 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Basics of debugging .NET applications

 

  

 

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Comments (4)

  1. Harry says:

    Are these webcasts going to be download-able? Please consider that, because time is a creepy thing…especially if you live on the other side of the world from the place where the webcast is being held 😉

    Thnx in advace and congratulation for the topic, very interesting!!

  2. Sunjay says:

    can you blog a little about the App domain and App pool. What is the diff, what are the advantes and why should i know about it?

    Thanks

  3. BijoySinghal says:

    Harry,

    you can view the recordings of the webcasts (this and others) from the following location:

    http://www.microsoft.com/india/webcasts and goto OnDemand.

    Sunjay,

    Good suggestion. I will definitely write about it. In the meantime – just a quick sumamry.

    AppDomain is a .NET concept. AppDomains can be created inside a process. They offer different isolation withing the context of the same process.

    AppPool is a ASP.NET/IIS concept. They provide process level isolation for different ASP.NET applications. You can have multiple AppDomains inside the same process.

    Hope this helps.

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