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More articles by Michael Lane Thomas

Author Bio
Michael Lane Thomas , also known as the .NET Cowboy for his sometimes untamed, Wild West-style passion for .NET, has been a fixture in the development community for many years. A speaker at professional, academic, and Microsoft-internal technical conferences, Michael has been a primary contributor to 26 books, including a multi-year stint as .NET Series Editor for Wiley's/Hungry Minds, going back to the Beta days of .NET. Michael has spent time as industry analyst, commentator, and co-host of a weekly radio talk show. As an exam-junkie, Michael is currently the eighth most certified MCP in the world, passing a total of 62 exams to date. Michael is currently a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft and greatly enjoys exploring the Alpha bits for Whidbey as a Microsoft VS.NET Insider, and his role of daddy to his 1-year-old son Noah, also known as "Mr. Pinchy Cheeks." Reach him here.
For CoDe Magazine | February 20, 2004
Catering to the strength of the third-party .NET component market and the power of the .NET Framework itself, Microsoft includes several powerful new WinForm controls in the Base Class Libraries for Windows application development.
For CoDe Magazine | February 20, 2004
The core API set underpinning managed application development in .NET—the Base Class Libraries (BCL)—have received several notable additions in the Whidbey release. Find out performance-based improvements, class-oriented feature additions, and the introduction of previously missing functionality through entirely new classes.
For CoDe Magazine | November 27, 2003
The Visual Studio .NET extensibility model included with the IDE allows any developer to design and compile value-adding custom add-ins right out-of-the-box. No additional APIs or tools are required. Visual Studio .NET even provides a starting point for add-in developers with the Visual Studio .NET Add-In Project type.
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