.NET Internals Exposed

by Mark Michaelis on October 10, 2005

Wednesday, November 09, 2005 at 6:00 PM

In this session we drill into the internals of .NET. We consider not simply what various constructs do, but how they work internally. What does the C# compiler do with iterators? How do we make the immutable string mutable? How come ConditionalAttribute works from C#/VB and yet not from Managed C++. Why should value types be immutable. Attend this session for an in-depth, mind numbing look at the C# and the .NET framework in a way that can avoid the various pitfalls that ignorance will lead to.

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