Joel Pobar (master of all things dynamic) wrote a great piece on reflection in this month’s MSDN Mag..
[via Brad Abrams]
Just skimming this article I can tell you that it is enlightening. I've been doing a lot of work with reflection and there are certainly some great tips in this article, but also on the "WHY"s behind the tips. Also you'll find a discussion of some of what's new in Reflection in .NET 2.0 and how it helps us to achieve our goal of better performance with Reflection (sometimes out-of-the-box!)
Very nice. Very Technical. You'll find this hard to grok without a good understanding of Reflection already, methinks.