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.NET 3.5 Resource Center

.NET 3.5 Introduction
Introducing Workflow
Sample chapter: “Introducing Workflow,” from Workflow in the 2007 Microsoft Office System, by David Mann (February 2007). Discusses workflow scenarios (human-centric and machine centric), types of workflows, sequential workflows, and state machine workflows.
Introduction to .NET 3.0 for Architects
"Introduction to .NET 3.0 for Architects," by Mohammad Akif. Discusses .NET versions, the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), composable architecture, Windows Workflow (WF), workflow authoring scenarios (chart), the Workflow Foundation, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS), the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows card spaces, and the protocol drill down.
Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation
Sample chapter: “Introducing WPF,” from Pro WPF: Windows Presentation Foundation in .NET 3.0, by Matthew MacDonald (May 2007). Discusses understanding Windows graphics, DirectX: the new graphics engine, hardware acceleration in WPF, WPF: a higher-level API, and resolution independence.
ORM in .NET 3.5
"ORM in .NET 3.5," by Luke Stratman. Discusses what object-relational mapping (ORM) is, ORM concepts, history prior to .NET 3.5, major malfunctions with ORM, and Language INtegrated Query (LINQ), DataContexts and general ORM in .NET 3.5.
Introducing Windows Communications Foundation
Sample chapter: “Introducing Windows Communication Foundation,” from Microsoft Windows Communications Foundation Step-by-Step, by John Sharp (January 2007). Discusses what the Windows Communication Foundation is, the early days of personal computer applications, inter-process communications technologies, the web and web services, using XML as a common data format, sending and receiving web service requests, handling security and privacy in a global environment, and the purpose of Windows Communication Foundation.
.NET Framework Definition
.NET Framework definition from Wikipedia. Additional information includes design goals, features, the .NET Framework architecture, the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI), assemblies, metadata, security, standardization, licensing, versions, future development, .NET vs. Java and Java EE, support, components and libraries.

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Update :: November 20, 2019