Remember, last week we started a series on using Reflection in our .NET applications. We’ve loaded the assembly already, so the next step is creating the object. Today’s tutorial will show how to instantiate the object using the default constructor and then quickly move on to using the parameterized constructor.
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Dave Bush is a .NET programmer and Certified ScrumMaster who is passionate about managing risk as it relates to developing software. When he is not writing or speaking about topics related to Application Lifecycle Risk Management (ALRM), he is an example to his peers as he develops web sites in the ASP.NET environment using industry best practices.