In this box - 'Professional ASP.NET 2.0' - with more than 50 new server controls, the number of classes inside ASP.NET 2.0 has more than doubled, and, in many cases, the changes in this new version are dramatic. This book will alert you to every new feature and capability that ASP.NET 2.0 provides so that you'll be prepared to put these new technologies into action; 'Professional C# 2005' - You'll first explore the fundamentals of C#, including its basic syntax, data types, and object-oriented features. You'll then discover how to apply the language to a number of innovative applications that use related technologies, including database access and advanced graphics. This approach will help you gain a well-rounded understanding of C# so that you can begin programming like an expert right away; 'Professional .NET Framework 2.0' - This book takes a hands on and example oriented approach to programming with the .NET Framework for experienced developers. This book is not about programming with any specific language or tool, rather it teaches the underlying commonalities that developers can use regardless of their language choice or development tools. Topics covered include CLR (Common Language Runtime), Generics, Assemblies, MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language), Base Framework Libraries - including networking, I/O, and internationalization, Advanced Framework Libraries; 'Professional .NET 2.0 Generics' - Generics represent one of the most compelling additions to the .NET platform, bringing a new dimension of type-safety, expressiveness, and performance to your data types. Professional .NET 2.0 Generics provides a detailed examination of all the facets of what you can achieve through applying generics. This includes both conceptual and syntactic explorations of generic classes, methods, interfaces, and delegates, as well as all the rules that govern their creation and consumption. The book provides comprehensive information on the new BCL generic types and the Power Collections library. It also looks at some of the broader generic topics, including generic guidelines, a comparison with C++ templates, and the underlying details of the .NET generics implementation.