The .Net Days Of Old

Monday, April 30, 2007

My association with .NET started over 6 years ago. In those early days I used C++ and COM as a point of reference for everything I was learning in .NET and C#. Destructors versus finalizers, Assembly.Load versus LoadLibrary, Metadata versus COM+ attributes, and of course - memory leaks versus managed heaps.

Those were fun times.

I'm gearing up for a customized Pluralsight class that includes material from the Applied .NET and Applied ASP.NET 2.0 courses. I also need some perspective of a Visual Basic 6.0 developer in a .NET land.

This reading list helps to re-live the days of old (from a VB6 perspective):


Comments
Sreekanth Monday, April 30, 2007
A Pretty good article. Useful for the developers migrating from VB6 to Dotnet technology.
KNOCKS Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Sreekanth, are there still these kindda developers around, still migrating?
Dont u think they have missed the bus by a long mile? :D
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