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The Secrets of Strong Naming
Author: Gunderloy, MikePosted: 3/16/2005 6:41:14 PM

The Secrets of Strong Naming

The Secrets of Strong Naming (click the link for detail) by Mike Gunderloy -- If you've been working with .NET for any length of time, you've probably run across the concept of a strong name. No, that doesn't mean that your assemblies should have names like MyCompany.Gorilla.Biceps. The strength of a strong name lies in the protection that it offers your assemblies. The .NET Framework uses strong names to identify assemblies and to protect them from tampering. In this article, Mike Gunderloy shows you how strong names are constructed and demonstrates the mechanics of working with strong names in .NET.


Mike Gunderloy is the lead developer for Larkware and author of numerous books and articles on programming topics. His recent books include ADO AND ADO.NET PROGRAMMING (Sybex) and MCAD/MCSD 70-306 TRAINING GUIDE (Que). When he's not working with code Mike can usually be found out on his farm in eastern Washington, attempting to figure out what will grow there besides wheat.

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