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 The waiting is over. Microsofts Patterns & Practices Group has just released the new Enterprise Library for .NET 2.0 to the public. It is an easy to use and graphically configurable collection of application blocks that help you to build Enterprise Scale managed applications. This is release is for:
  1. Anybody who is interested in best programming practices for .NET 2.0.
  2. If you need a good Caching solution which survives an application crash.
  3. You want to log messages to the Event Log, Email them or send it somewhere else (e.g. database).
  4. Access (nearly) any database without the need to deal with the specialties of the underlying database.
  5. Secure your applications by using role based authorization.
  6. Handle exceptions in a common way throughout your application.
  7. Encrypt data using symmetric encryption/Hash passwords.
Gogogogo the MSDN servers might be overloaded for the next few weeks from now on ;-)
posted on Friday, January 20, 2006 7:06 PM