WinFX has been renamed to the .NET Framework 3.0. Now the WinFX technology you know has a name that identifies it for exactly what it is—the next version of Microsoft’s developer framework.   

http://msdn.microsoft.com/winfx/

Wow, I never knew String.Format can do so much…

 Kathy Kam : .NET Format String 101

These are the industry-accepted standard naming conventions for J#, C# and VB.NET programs… too bad I'm stuck in a PowerBuilder shop that forces us to use PowerBuilder-like naming convention (using prefixes to signify data type and scope)

.NET Naming Conventions and Programming Standards (C#.Net, VB.Net, J#.Net) and Best Practices