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Show #154 | 10/19/2009

Angel Hernandez on Using Native Code in .NET

Angel Hernandez makes his dnrTV debut this week. Angel shows us how to use native code to manage large portions of memory and listen for events of any .NET application.

Angel Hernandez Angel Hernandez works as a Technical Solutions Architect for Customware in North Sydney - Australia. He's been working with computers since his early 12 years of age when wrote his first program, from that moment he got stuck onto a keyboard and in front of a display. During the years, Angel read almost any available software development book he could find. Started to work a as teenage freelance developer at age 16 (Starting from Basic, COBOL, Clipper, C ANSI, C++, Visual FoxPro, Visual Basic and Visual C++). Currently develops in C#, C++ and VB.NET. He's been supporting Developer Community in Venezuela and Latam since 2002 and he expects to do so in Australia too. He's a frequent speaker in events such as Developer Days, MSDN Regional Tour, MUG Meetings and some other Microsoft Technical events. He encourages his other peers to share knowledge and experiences. Angel holds a Bsc. Information Technology. He's fluent in Spanish and English.

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