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Pro .NET 2.0 Code and Design Standards in C#

By Mark Horner

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At last, a companion book with a prebuilt set of code and design standards! You get great value with three sets of standards bundled in one book: codes, designs, and patterns. This book is ideal if you need to comply with IT governance requirements.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-560-2
  • 360 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: November 28, 2005
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • Print Book Price: $39.99
  • eBook Price: $27.99
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This book is special, because for the first time you get an easy-to-follow set of code and design standards that addresses the basic needs of .NET developers and application architects. The material is presented in a what, why, where, and how format, so it’s easy to understand a given topic and apply the solution.

The format facilitates fast understanding and quick reference—just what you need when you’re under pressure. The authors have done the research for you, and they identify and discuss common options. Where there is a choice, there is analysis to guide you.

Techniques are reusable across all versions of .NET and beyond. Pro .NET 2.0 Code and Design Standards in C# is intuitive and based on industry best practices. While it showcases the C# language, its universal style makes it suitable for all .NET development projects, whatever the language.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Code Policy
  2. Code Structure
  3. Code Development
  4. Code Documentation
  5. Design Policy
  6. Design Structure
  7. Design Development
  8. Design Documentation
  9. Patterns
  10. Creational Patterns
  11. Structural Patterns
  12. Behavioral Patterns
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On page 190:
The Workorder class has a Factory type in its assemble radiator function. But this Factory type isn't mentioned anywhere else prior to this for this Factory Pattern. Is it mean to read RadiatorFactory?