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More articles by Martin Heller

Author Bio
Martin Heller is a Web and Windows programming consultant. He writes from Andover, Massachusetts.
For Architecture Zone | August 30, 2006
Windows Workflow Foundation helps you design both sequential and state-driven workflows, simplifying the process of building applications to handle complex human-centric processes.
For Virtual Machines Special Report | January 30, 2006
Walk through a step-by-step Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 installation of SuSE Linux 9.1 Professional. Once it's built, you can clone your Virtual PC, back it up, perform experiments on it, restore it, and even distribute it to others.
For Database Development Zone | July 7, 2005
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 lets you expose specific stored procedures, user-defined functions, and SQL queries for use via HTTP or secure HTTP, making SQL Server databases more accessible to non-Windows clients, and improving security by eliminating the need to open TCP ports for SQL Server.
For .NET Zone | October 22, 2002
Learning to program in .NET offers developers new opportunities for frustration. For example, calling specific Win32 APIs in .NET using the DllImport is not as straightforward as it initially seems. Protect yourself against future setbacks when using the DllImport by learning these simple principles now.
For .NET Zone | October 21, 2002
Although the .NET framework encapsulates a large portion of the Win32 API, it's sometimes still necessary to call the API from your managed code using the DllImport attributeand that can get complicated.
For .NET Zone | October 21, 2002
Learn how to use the DllAttribute's MarshalAs and StructLayout options to interoperate with unmanaged code that uses structures, and to control data layouts and marshalling precisely.
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