Matthew MacDonald's new book 'Peer-to-Peer with VB .NET' was at the local Borders Books. Chapter 12 is devoted to Messenger and Groove development. I think I am going to get this one albeit I wish it had it in C# code though.
A real good one at OReilly's - Five Habits for Successful Regular Expressions. Along the way check out Roy's pages on Reg Exps.
The RTC Client API v1.2 SDK was released recently - I was wondering if anyone has 'managed' to wrap it for .NET development. There is a mention of creating the interop assembly albeit the samples are for VC++ and VB6 and only one for C#. The RTC (Real Time Comm) is now officially called the Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2003 and it's something to look forward to.
The current issue of WIRED has an illustrative article on XP at H-P. That's Extreme Programming (XP). I was wondering if XP is more prevalent in non-Windows platform or not. Are they any studies that show the correlation between XP and the various development platforms? Inquiring minds want to know.
Found two good sample chapters from the ASP.NET Developer's Cookbook in the ASPAlliance website. One chapter is on Custom Controls and the other on Data rendering - I think I am getting this one...