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Microsoft Win32 to Microsoft .NET Framework API Map
Looking for the managed counterpart for a Win32 function? Discover .NET Framework APIs that provide similar functionality in managed code to Microsoft Win32 functions.
PSS Security Response Team Alert - New Worm: W32/Mydoom@MM
Application Interoperability: Microsoft .NET and J2EE
Please review the Microsoft security alert regarding W32/Mydoom@MM and take appropriate action for your environment.
This rapidly spreading, mass-mailer virus affects Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, and Web-based e-mail.
(January 28, Announcement)
Enable interoperability between enterprise-class applications based on Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Microsoft .NET. This article covers interoperability at the presentation, business, and data tiers.
(December 12, Article)
MSDN TV: Code Correctness with FxCop
Watch as Michael Murray and Jeffrey Van Gogh from the CLR Team describe FxCop, the freely available code-analysis tool from Microsoft.
(December 5, Multimedia)
Security Briefs: Strong Names and Security in the .NET Framework
Keith Brown discusses strong names and how to use them to uniquely identify an assembly, allow it to be placed in the Global Assembly Cache, and use the versioning system in the Microsoft .NET Framework CLR.
(December 12, Article)
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