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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
House of COM
Don Box
Nerditorium
James Finnegan
Bugslayer
John Robbins
C++
Paul DiLascia
Building a Lightweight COM Interception Framework, Part I: The Universal Delegator

Keith Brown discusses the design and implementation of a lightweight, COM-based interception framework. His Universal Delegator provides for pluggable interception policies known as hooks, and can be used in client or server-side code.
Keith Brown

DirectX 6.0 Goes Ballistic With Multiple New Features And Much Faster Code

Finally, DirectX has the power and speed necessary to make it a really viable platform. Enhancements include the new Direct3D framework, a Reference Rasterizer, automatic texture management, and new rendering commands.
Ron Fosner

The Windows Driver Model Simplifies Management of Device Driver I/O Requests

I/O Request Packets are the messaging and data transfer lifeblood of Windows 98 and Windows 2000 device drivers. Ervin Peretz explains IRP queuing and related WDM development issues, and provides general-purpose functions for use in your own code.
Ervin Peretz


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