.NET 2.0 Interoperability Recipes
It is difficult to just throw out all existing code and start over when a new technology arrives. That's the situation with Microsoft .NET, which represents a new and improved way of developing software for the Windows platform. Wouldn't you would love to rewrite all of your existing code in the newer managed code environment that .NET provides? However, you have that little problem known as legacy code. Fortunately, Microsoft .NET provides a rich set of tools interoperation with existing code. This book is written as a guide for Windows developers transitioning from native Windows code to .NET managed code. Bruce Bukovics has been a working developer for over 25 years. During this time, he has designed and developed applications in such widely varying areas as banking, corporate finance, credit card processing, payroll processing, and retail automation. He has firsthand developer experience with C, C++, Delphi, VB, C#, and Java, and he rode the waves of technology as they drifted from mainframe to client/server to n-Tier, from COM to COM+, and from Web Services to .NET Remoting and beyond. He considers himself a pragmatic programmer. He doesn't stand on formality and doesn't do things just because they have always been done that way. He's willing to look at alternate or unorthodox solutions to a problem if that's what it takes. He is employed at Radiant Systems, Inc., in Alpharetta, Georgia, as a lead developer and architect in the centralized development group.
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