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How to Code .NET

Tips and Tricks for Coding .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 Applications Effectively

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Pages 1-30
  3. Pages 85-116
  4. Pages 117-208
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 209-216

About this book


What is good code? Writing good code is really a question about what the code is trying to solve. (And good code is not to be confused with patterns because not all pieces of good code are patterns.) We debate about good code because there is not just a single piece of good code, but so many good pieces of code. And each good piece of code depends on the context in which it is used.

How to Code .NET: Tips and Tricks for Coding .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 Applications Effectively provides solutions to certain problems. That is, specific problems. This book provides detailed, authoritative explanations of good .NET coding techniques. It's based on award-winning material that author Christian Gross has previously presented at conferences throughout the U.S. and Europe. What's more, the author is at the forefront of the .NET technology wave and an acknowledged expert on the subject of .NET coding style and techniques.


.NET C# Generics Scala design interfaces testing versioning

About the authors

Christian Gross is a consultant with vast experience in the client/server world. He has consulted for Microsoft on DNA solutions, and he has held consulting positions with Daimler Benz, Microsoft, NatWest, and other major corporations. Gross was a contributor to Professional Active Server Pages, Professional SQL Server 6.5 Administration, Professional NT Internet Information Server Administration, and Programming Microsoft Windows 2000 Unleashed. He is the author of A Programmer's Introduction to Windows DNA.

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