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.NET Framework Notes for Professionals book

Chapters

  1. Getting started with .NET Framework
  2. Collections
  3. XmlSerializer
  4. HTTP clients
  5. Exceptions
  6. LINQ
  7. Networking
  8. NuGet packaging system
  9. Reflection
  10. Dictionaries
  11. HTTP servers
  12. Settings
  13. Task Parallel Library (TPL)
  14. Custom Types
  15. DateTime parsing
  16. Memory management
  17. Managed Extensibility Framework
  18. SpeechRecognitionEngine class to recognize speech
  19. System.Reflection.Emit namespace
  20. System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache (ObjectCache)
  21. JSON Serialization
  22. TPL Dataflow
  23. File Input/Output
  24. Platform Invoke
  25. Code Contracts
  26. VB Forms
  27. ForEach
  28. Strings
  29. Expression Trees
  30. Threading
  31. System.Diagnostics
  32. ADO.NET
  33. CLR
  34. Process and Thread affinity setting
  35. Dependency Injection
  36. Globalization in ASP.NET MVC using Smart internationalization for ASP.NET
  37. Task Parallel Library (TPL) API Overviews
  38. System.IO
  39. Unit testing
  40. Serial Ports
  41. System.IO.File class
  42. Synchronization Contexts
  43. Using Progress<T> and IProgress<T>
  44. ReadOnlyCollections
  45. Regular Expressions (System.Text.RegularExpressions)
  46. System.Net.Mail
  47. Encryption / Cryptography
  48. Parallel processing using .Net framework
  49. JSON in .NET with Newtonsoft.Json
  50. .NET Core
  51. JIT compiler
  52. Stack and Heap
  53. Work with SHA1 in C#
  54. Garbage Collection
  55. Reading and writing Zip files
  56. Write to and read from StdErr stream
  57. Upload file and POST data to webserver
  58. Acronym Glossary

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