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.Net Nuggets – Houston Tech Fest Keynote

Speaker:

Jeffrey Richter

Abstract:

A collection of very cool .NET Nuggets. A bunch of little things about .NET that you may or may not be familiar with, clever ways of doing things with the .NET Framework.

Bio:

Jeffery Richter is a co-founder of Wintellect, a training, debugging, and consulting firm dedicated to helping companies build better software, faster. Over the years, Jeff has consulted for many companies including Intel, DreamWorks and Microsoft. In fact, for Microsoft, he has contributed both design and code to the following products: Windows (all 32-bit and 64-bit versions), Visual Studio .NET, Microsoft Office, TerraServer, the .NET Framework, “Longhorn” and “Indigo”. Even today, Jeff is still consulting with Microsoft’s .NET Framework team (since October 1999) and XML Web Services and Messaging Team (“Indigo”) (since January 2003). He is the author of several best selling .NET and Win32 programming books including: The Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming in C# Collection Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Programming Applications for Microsoft Windows (formerly Advanced Windows) Programming Server-Side Applications for Microsoft Windows In addition, Jeff has also contributed to many other books including: Programming Microsoft Visual Basic .NET (Core Reference), .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference, Vol. 1: System, System.Collections

Recorded At:

Houston Techfest http://www.houstontechfest.com

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