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More articles by Juval Löwy

Author Bio
Juval Löwy is a software architect and the principal of IDesign, a consulting and training company focused on .NET design and .NET migration. His latest book is "Programming .NET Components" (O'Reilly, 2003). Juval is Microsoft's Regional Director for the Silicon Valley, helping the industry adopt .NET. Juval is a frequent speaker at major international software development conferences. Contact him at www.idesign.net, where you can download his C# Coding Standard.
For CoDe Magazine | April 8, 2004
Learn how to implement BackgroundWorker in Visual Studio .NET 2003 so you can benefit from its elegant programming model and transition transparently into Windows Forms 2.0 in the future.
For CoDe Magazine | October 6, 2003
This article describes the dos and don'ts of the Thread class, and presents a wrapper class that simplifies starting a thread, correctly terminates a thread, and offers a more consistent class interface than that of the raw Thread class.
For CoDe Magazine | August 7, 2003
.NET has a lot to offer when it comes to both developing and consuming secure Web services. .NET allows developers to either rely on Windows-based authentication or develop custom authentication mechanisms. Each option has its own tradeoffs and implications on the programming models.
For CoDe Magazine | May 9, 2003
Visual Studio .NET provides a new set of features designed to improve and enhance the development experience. Most of these changes have to do with user ergonomics and are typical of a minor release of a Visual Studio product. Only a few of the changes are related to the underlying platform.
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