CLR Fundamentals

CLR Fundamentals is designed to provide .NET developers with a firm understanding of managed execution on the .NET Framework
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CLR Fundamentals is designed to provide .NET developers with a firm understanding of managed execution on the .NET Framework
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At the heart of the .NET Framework is an execution engine called the Common Language Runtime. Designed from the ground up to support a myriad of programming language styles, the CLR provides a common type system, automatic memory management, support for concurrent execution, and facilitites for interoperating with native Win32 and COM components. Whether you're developing RESTful services using WCF, graphics-intensive desktop applications using WPF, or forms-based web applications using ASP.NET, the CLR provides the foundation for your application's managed execution. This module explores several key services provided by the CLR in support of managed application development on the .NET Framework.

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At the heart of the .NET Framework is an execution engine called the Common Language Runtime. Designed from the ground up to support a myriad of programming language styles, the CLR provides a common type system, automatic memory management, support for concurrent execution, and facilitites for interoperating with native Win32 and COM components. Whether you're developing RESTful services using WCF, graphics-intensive desktop applications using WPF, or forms-based web applications using ASP.NET, the CLR provides the foundation for your application's managed execution. This module explores several key services provided by the CLR in support of managed application development on the .NET Framework.
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(477)
Duration
4h 20m
Released
12 Apr 2010
Course authors

Mike is the VP of Developer Content at Pluralsight.

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