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Customizing the Microsoft .NET Framework Common Language Runtime

Saturday, February 19, 2005 Comments

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Sam Gentile posted a great review of this new book: Customizing the Microsoft .NET Framework Common Language Runtime by Steven Pratschner. As I was reading his post, I realized I had seen this book before! When I was preparing for WinDev on my CLR Hosting talk, I got information from Chris Brumme and others that a book on CLR Hosting was due to be released at some point. I didn't recognize the name (not sure it had one at the time), but this is the same book. This looks to be an excellent resource, and exactly what I and many others have been waiting for a long time. I have ordered my copy, and can't wait to dig into it!

This is perfect timing! I have a new project I have started that takes some of these ideas presented in the book, plus other uncharted areas in .NET and pushes them all to the limit. Some of the project is research for a possible new (needed) book in the industry, and some of it is for a practical commercial application. Time will tell where it all leads, but I will be sharing some more information as the year progresses.

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