||Effective C#: Distinguish among Module, Assembly and Namespace|
namespace: A logical naming scheme for grouping related types.
module: A loadable unit, which can contain type declarations and type implementations.
assembly: A collection of functionality built, versioned, and deployed as a single implementation unit (one or multiple files).
assembly manifest: An integral part of every assembly that renders the assembly self-describing.
|(9/4/2002)|| Gyro: Generic for C# and .NET CLR
Gyro, An add-on of SSCLI from microsoft research, adds generic type and method support to .NET CLR and C# compilers.
|(8/27/2002)|| Microsoft Web Services Development Kit Technology Preview
Microsoft Implementation of WS-Security, WS-Routing and DIME. Integated into .NET Framework.
|(7/31/2002)|| Bon Box's new Home Page on GotDotNet.com
Don Box works at Microsoft as an Architect on next-generation XML Web Services technology.