# Wednesday, April 06, 2005

So, just how much do you know about the Base Class Libraries? About C# or VB? About moving to .NET from the unmanaged world? Think you know a lot? Wish you knew a lot? Well how about this for a contest: you answer questions about .NET development, and as long as you're getting every question right, you're in the running for TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Canadian currency. Oh, and if you don't know that much... the learning modules will take care of it for you. You can learn the stuff as you work through the contest. Even after you've been knocked out of the running for the grand prize, you can still win module prizes. You want to be part of this. I'm not eligible, or I would have entered already. A fun chance to show off, to learn, and to win a book or an XBox or a whole whack of cash money. What's not to like? Go, enter!


Wednesday, April 06, 2005 3:22:24 PM (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-04:00)  #    Comments [1]
Monday, May 30, 2005 1:44:25 AM (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-04:00)
OK. I've read your great articles on head spinning- calling old code from new, but I need to call new code from old: I have an old exe with source code unavailable calling an old C++ DLL (non managed) with source code available that needs a form (managed code-graphics server) added with lots of one way data talking. The old DLL available code functions must remain intact and callable by the unavailable non managed exe. The full managed state DLL migration seems to require a exe code upgrade which I am not allowed to do so what is the best way to proceed? Super reading your articles!
Comments are closed.