I am trying to find .NET FrameWork class libraries and ADO.NET libraries maps to hang in my cube at work or at home.
I am in search of the .NET Framework 1.x and 2.0 and 3.0 class library maps and ADO.NET class library maps to hang/pin to my cube at work and also at home. I believe that helps understand more about the Framework and also if some thing is presented in a pictorial representation I guess I can learn more than reading whole lot of stuff.
So is there a place on the net or any company that offers this to buy or down load?
Any inputs or help me finding on this is greately appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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