Hi guys, hope you're all well,
i just thought i'd do a quick post to tell you what we have coming up
next week, as i think we have a pretty eclectic mix of articles that you
will find interesting.
We will be opening the week with an article by Eric Rockenbach
entitled "An online CPU console using a web control library with .Net
security". This is a pretty cool topic, and a well written article.
On Tuesday, our most popular author, Kaushal Sanghavi, will be returning
with an article looking at .Net application domains. I think the fact that
Kaushal is writing it is enough of a recommendation, as we all know that
he always produces great quality articles!
Levent Camblibel is going to be Wednesday's author, as he writes about
pop3 clients in C#. I'm sure this will be of interest to a lot of you,
given the widespread use of pop3.
On Thursday we have a "follow-up" article, as ST Tan and Aldy Karna write
about building a special purpose search engine. This is an excellent
article, really interesting, and is the "sequel" to their popular article
on web spiders that was published at the end of September. I have
personally been looking forward to this article ever since we asked the
two authors to write it for us, and i'm sure you'll all enjoy it once it
We will be finishing the week with an article on C# web component
communication in .Net.
I hope you all enjoy next week's offering!
Adam Ryland, C#Today Editor