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Microsoft has introduced a large number of changes to the way that the .NET Framework operates. Familiar techlogies have being altered, best practices replaced, and developer methodologies adjusted. Many developers find it hard to keep up with the pace of change across .NET's ever-widening array of techlogies. You may kw what's happening in C#, but how about the Azure cloud? How is that going to affect your work? What are the limitations of the pLINQ syntax? What you need is a roadmap. A guide to help you see the invations that matter and to give you a head start on the opportunities available in the new framework. Introducing .NET 4.0: with Visual Studio 2010 is designed to provide you with just that roadmap. It serves as a -nsense primer that will help experienced .NET developers understand the impact of the new framework and its associated techlogies. This book will keep you updated on the changes and help you to seize new opportunities confidently and quickly.
Alex Mackey is an experienced web consultant with over 12 years experience in web development. He wrote the predecessor to this book, Introducing .NET 4.0: With Visual Studio 2010 (Apress), and is a Microsoft MVP Internet Explorer: Development. Alex has just started a new position with the Australian-based consultancy Kiandra (http://kiandra.com.au/). He previously worked for another consultancy, Readify, in Melbourne, Australia. Alex is very active in the development community and has spoken at a number of large conferences including TechEd, Remix, and Australian ALM. Alex also runs the annual community-development conference DDD Melbourne and user group DevEve.net.