As you might have gathered, the MSIL series has come to an end. I originally set out to write a brief introduction to the Microsoft intermediate language to help programmers better understand managed code and also allow me to use MSIL in more interesting discussions without having to repeatedly explain the basics of MSIL. I could go on forever but I think the introduction is sufficient to allow interested readers to explore it further on their own.
Here is a quick summary of the series.
I have a number of other writing projects on the go, but if there are topics of interest to you, feel free to post a suggestion or two. In the spirit of The Old New Thing, here are topics that I am inclined to cover:
- Win32 systems programming
- SQL Server
(Note also that I am under no obligation to accept any suggestion.)
[Update: as you may have noticed, I've decided to post a few more parts to the MSIL series.]
© 2004 Kenny Kerr