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Pulling Stock Quotes into Microsoft Excel (Windows DevCenter)
Steve Roman, the author of O'Reilly's Writing Excel Macros, shows how to keep a spreadsheet up to date by pulling stock quotes from the Web.

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ASP.NET: Web Forms
Web Forms have the potential to change Web programming by introducing a new programming model built around server-side controls—a model in which controls render their own UIs by generating HTML to return to clients and firing events that are handled by server-side scripts. Since all the action takes place on the Web server, virtually any browser can run a Web Forms app. This article describes the Web Forms programming model, how it fits with ASP.NET, and introduces DataGrid, TextBox, and other classes in the .NET Framework class library. [Source: MSDN]

ASP.NET Caching
MSDN's Rob Howard looks at another one of the new features in ASP.NET—caching. In Beta 1, there are two distinct caching features—Page output caching and the new Cache object. Beta 2 of ASP.NET will introduce several more caching features that we'll discuss in this column after Beta 2 is released. [Source: MSDN]

COM+ Programming with Visual Basic
There's simply no other documentation available for much of what's in COM+ Programming with Visual Basic; this book draws from the author's wide experience as a COM+ developer and instructor. The first part delivers information that's indispensable for creating robust, efficient, high-performance COM+ applications. The second focuses on incorporating individual COM+ services, like transaction support, security, and asynchronous operations, into applications. [Source: O'Reilly & Associates]

C# Components in VB/COM(+)
Using C# component in VB through COM Microsoft has created several attributes and utilities to make it easy to place a .NET component into the clutches of good old COM. [Source: C# Corner]

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