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The Common Language Runtime is the most important part of the .NET
Framework. Discover the different capabilities of the CLR as far
as the Garbage Collector, JIT Compiler, Class Loader, Resource handler
and other internal details of how the CLR operates.
The .Net Framework Class Library (FCL) is a vast collection of
thousands of types (that is, of classes, interfaces, structures,
delegates, and enumerations) that aim at encapsulating the functionality
of core systems and applications services in order to make application
programming easier and faster. This session introduces you to the
elegance of the System hierarchy of classes in FCL and demonstrates
powerful examples of how to develop using the FCL.
ADO.NET is the new set of classes that expose data access services
to the .NET programmer. Go behind the scenes of the design motivations
behind ADO.NET and explore an introduction to the two layers of
the ADO.NET and explore an introduction to the two layers of the
ADO.NET object model Managed Providers and DataSets. Youll
also understand the integration of ADO.NET with the XML framework
and how Visual Studio .NET differs from C# Builder in its support
of managed providers to databases.
ASP.NET makes building real-world Web applications dramatically
easier. ASP.NET server controls enable an HTML-like style of declarative
programming that lets you build great pages with far less code than
with classic ASP. Displaying data, validating user input, and uploading
files are now a snap. This session will introduce you to the world
of ASP.NET and demonstrate its improved performance and scalability,
enhanced reliability, easy deployment, and rich class framework.
Extend the .NET Framework component hierarchy by creating custom
.NET components. In addition to describing the steps involved in
creating a new .NET component, this session will focus on several
key aspects of the .NET component architecture, including the .NET
Component Model, the new graphics subsystem (GDI+), user controls
and custom controls, and supporting events through delegates.
The .Net Remoting framework provides a rich set of classes that
allow developers to ignore most of the complexities of deploying
and managing remote objects. This session discusses the different
activation models (Server side and Client Side) and demonstrates
the use of serializable objects. Other topics include extending
the system through custom channels, formatters, and sink objects.