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Posted 18 Mar 2003

Introduction to Managed C++

, 18 Mar 2003
Managed C++ often gets a bum rap in the world of .NET. Some of it is deserved, some is not, and some comes from just plain misunderstanding.


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Sam Gentile is internationally recognized for his overall .NET knowledge and was recently acknowledged by Microsoft as an MVP for C#/.NET. Sam is also an INETA Speaker having delivered .NET training to user groups and companies all over the US.
Sam the SOA/Connected Systems Practice Lead for Neudesic, a Microsoft Depth and Inner Circle Partner, where he leads all SOA and WCF efforts for the Eastern Region.
Prior to joining Adesso Systems., he worked as the Architect and Technical Lead for bcgi Mobile Guardian(TM) a .NET-based solution providing carriers the ability to offer subscribers Web-based controls to manage wireless phone usage and expense. In addition to his .NET experience, Sam Gentile brings over 21 years of comprehensive software industry experience using a wide array of technologies.
Sam Gentile's experience with .NET began in 1999 during the early pre-Beta 1 period, participating in the .NET Early Adopter Program (EAP) while architecting and implementing a .NET N-Tier product for NaviSite. During his nearly five years of .NET experience, Gentile has architected, developed and delivered five .NET-based products, one of which, the Groove Toolkit for Visual Studio .NET, recently won a JOLT award.
As a .NET Consultant, Sam has worked with Microsoft, Pacific MindWorks, and Groove to solve difficult .NET problems and help deliver products. Sam is internationally recognized for his overall .NET knowledge, with his .NET Web Log being viewed “as the pulse of the .NET community” (and being one of the first 3 .NET blogs on the planet) as well as speaking at conferences such as Win-Dev on advanced .NET topics. He is the co-author of (Wrox's Professional Visual C++ .NET),, as well as articles published by MSDN, O’Reilly, and .NET Developer’s Journal. Sam has been a software engineer since 1985, after graduating with a BSEE in Computer Engineering.

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