You know it’s coming. .NET 2.0 is just around the corner and you’re going to start seeing all kinds of code that uses generics (in addition to the other cool new features in .NET 2.0). For those of us who’ve been living and breathing the .NET 2.0 betas, CTPs, and RC, it’s old hat. But what if you’ re just starting to figure out how generics work? Juval Lowy has written a series of articles on generics for Microsoft and you can find them here:

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