Date Added: Mar 2007
This is the third webcast in the series entitled "Modern Software Development in .NET and C#", designed for Java, VB6 and C++ developers moving to .NET. This webcast drills down into the more subtle areas of OOP in .NET. The discussion includes a look at creating, using, and disposing of objects, and covers topics such as the object data type, overloading, cloning, boxing, and generics. It also considers the advantages and disadvantages of using references and values, and examines classes in the .NET Framework Class Library (FxCL).