My latest ebook “Telling Time with .NET: Build your own Internet time component” is now available.
I’ve always wanted my own “Atomic” clock, and even though self-updating clocks have been available for years, I never got around to owning one. Internet time servers make it possible to come close though.
I ended up using a number of interesting techniques to improve accuracy, and while advanced .NET developers probably won’t learn much from this ebook, I think it will prove an interesting read for beginning and intermediate developers. Topics covered include .NET sockets, inheritance, code access security and regular expressions.