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Build your expertise as you move beyond the basics—and delve into the core topics of programming with ASP.NET 2.0. Useful to both experienced developers and those developing new skills, this ultimate reference is packed with expert guidance, hands-on programming instruction, and practical examples to help you advance your mastery of developing applications for the Web. Discover how to: Author rich, visually consistent pages and manage layout with themes and Master pages Create personalized pages that persist user preferences Retrieve, modify, and manage data with Microsoft ADO.NET Configure the HTTP pipeline to serve ASP.NET 2.0 pages Control program flow by tracing and handling exceptions Design caching layers and learn state management techniques to optimize application performance Manage users with membership control, registration, and authentication capabilities Build real-world data access layers using common design patterns Use custom collections with data source controls Learn the internals of grid controls PLUS—Get code samples on the Web
Richard Jones, Rafael Lins
Eliminating unwanted or invalid information from a computer's memory can dramatically improve the speed and officiency of the program. this reference presents full descriptions of the most important algorithms used for this eliminatino, called garbage collection. Each algorith is explained in detail with examples illustrating different results.
Richard Jones, Antony Hosking, Eliot Moss
Published in 1996, Richard Jones’s Garbage Collection was a milestone in the area of automatic memory management. The field has grown considerably since then, sparking a need for an updated look at the latest state-of-the-art developments. The Garbage Collection Handbook: The Art of Automatic Memory Management brings together a wealth of knowledge gathered by automatic memory management researchers and developers over the past fifty years. The authors compare the most important approaches and state-of-the-art techniques in a single, accessible framework. The book addresses new challenges to garbage collection made by recent advances in hardware and software. It explores the consequences of these changes for designers and implementers of high performance garbage collectors. Along with simple and traditional algorithms, the book covers parallel, incremental, concurrent, and real-time garbage collection. Algorithms and concepts are often described with pseudocode and illustrations. The nearly universal adoption of garbage collection by modern programming languages makes a thorough understanding of this topic essential for any programmer. This authoritative handbook gives expert insight on how different collectors work as well as the various issues currently facing garbage collectors. Armed with this knowledge, programmers can confidently select and configure the many choices of garbage collectors. Web Resource The book’s online bibliographic database at www.gchandbook.org includes over 2,500 garbage collection-related publications. Continually updated, it contains abstracts for some entries and URLs or DOIs for most of the electronically available ones. The database can be searched online or downloaded as BibTeX, PostScript, or PDF.
The only complete, pragmatic guide to the advanced CLR debugging techniques developers need to find and fix the toughest .NET software bugs. • •By Mario Hewardt, co-author of the best-selling, widely-praised Advanced Windows Debugging.. •Shows how to use .NET's powerful native CLR debugging tools to track down challenging bugs far more quickly. •Includes the best coverage of .NET memory debugging available anywhere. •Illuminates the debugging implications of the latest .NET 4.0 runtime changes. Advanced .NET Debugging is the definitive guide to tracking down the most complex and challenging bugs in today's .NET application code. Authored by Mario Hewardt, co-author of the widely-praised Advanced Windows Debugging this is the only book to focus entirely on .NET's immensely powerful native debuggers: the Debugging Tools for Windows, including WinDBG and SoS. Using this book, experienced .NET programmers will be able to analyze problematic code and identify the root causes of problems far more quickly than they ever could with visual tools. Hewardt begins by introducing the essential concepts developers must master in order to debug code with the native debuggers, including the tools available, the core fundamentals of the .NET CLR runtime, and essential debugging tasks. Next, he turns to sophisticated debugging techniques, teaching through real-world examples that demonstrate a broad spectrum of common C# programming errors. Hewardt thoroughly covers postmortem debugging without access to the physical machine; PowerDBG and other .NET debugging 'power tools'; and, finally, the debugging implications of the brandnew .NET CLR 4.0.
Presents programming techniques using the common language runtime of Microsoft .NET Framework.
James S. Miller, Susann Ragsdale
bull; bull;Jim Miller is an extremely influential figure in the computer science world. He is the lead of the CLR team at Microsoft, and the editor of the CLI standard for the ECMA bull;Contains proprietary annotations and samples from Microsoft and the ECMA not available anywhere else bull;There is no other book like this on the market or in the works
Kevin John Gough
This book covers thru .NET Common Language Runtime; the latest environment for component leased programming or Microsoft Platforms. This book deals with implementation of conventional programming languages. The book will have two examples used to illustrate the main points of the text.
Get the inside scoop on this critical low-level language with an architectural guide from the most reliable authority--the language's designer, Serge Lidin. Readers discover common structures, functions, and rules for designing .NET applications, explanations for how .NET executables compile, details on the .NET IL Assembler, IL Disassembler and Metadata Validation tools, and more.
Derek Comingore, Douglas Hinson
SQL Server 2005 offers the capability to write code in a .NET language that can be compiled and run inside SQL Server. CLR Integration, or SQL CLR, lets you create stored procedures, user-defined types, triggers, table valued functions, and aggregates using a .NET managed language. You can read and write to resources outside of SQL Server and enjoy a tighter integration with XML, web services, and simple file and logging capabilities. Here's the reference you'll want on your desk as you develop SQL CLR solutions. It helps you decide whether to use SQL CLR, how to lock down security, and learn from real examples. If you want to develop stored procedures or other objects in .NET for SQL Server 2005, this book offers exactly what you need. What you will learn from this book The concepts and architecture of SQL CLR Uses of .NET namespaces in SQL Server programming tasks How to develop and benchmark routines in T-SQL and .NET to determine when CLR-based solutions are advantageous How to replace extended stored procedures using SQL CLR stored procedures How to use SQL CLR objects in external applications How to restrict and secure SQL CLR object capabilities Processes and procedures for deploying SQL CLR objects Who this book is for This book is for developers and architects who are familiar with .NET concepts as well as DBAs who, although developers in their own right, may be slightly less up to date on .NET. A solid grounding in T-SQL is necessary. Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.