Designing .NET Class Libraries

If you're into developing .NET APIs, take a look at Microsoft's excellent video series Designing .NET Class Libraries. Although aimed at Microsoft's internal developers, the videos provide quite a bit of thought food for anyone seriously into developing class libraries.
A funny part of the sessions is that they have Word transcripts of the presentation. I don't know if they're done by a speech recognition app or a typist with really bad English, but as the content grows more and more technical, the scripts grow exponentially worse. Calling a queue just "Q" is acceptable, but how's turning "C-sharp has" into "Segents"? What about "V Two of the Dialnet Framework" for "v2 of the .NET Framework"? Whatever the source, they could've worked a bit more on these.

May 15, 2005 В· Jouni Heikniemi В· Comments Closed
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