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  • Pro Silverlight 3 in VB

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    Matthew MacDonald

    Silverlight is a lightweight browser plug-in that frees your code from the traditional confines of the browser. Silverlight is still new and evolving fast, and you need a reliable guidebook to make sense of it.
  • Pro Silverlight 2 in VB 2008

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    Matthew MacDonald

    Learn about the features that put Silverlight in direct competition with Adobe Flash, such as rich support for 2D drawing, animations, and media playback. Best of all, experience the plumbing of .NET and the design model of WPF through Silverlight—all of the same .NET technology that developers use to design next-generation Windows applications.
  • Pro NuGet 2nd Edition

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    Maarten Balliauw, Xavier Decoster

    NuGet is an open-source Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to manage the libraries, components and configuration files within your project. Pro NuGet will give you a solid, practical, understanding of how to control your software dependencies and ensure a robust development process for you and your team.

  • Pro NuGet

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    Maarten Balliauw, Xavier Decoster

    Have you ever been to a place called dependency hell? Every added dependency to your software product is a potential increase in risk. Pro NuGet, an open-source tool for the .NET Framework, will give you the skills you'll need to manage your software development process with confidence.
  • Pro LINQ in VB8

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    Joseph Rattz, Dennis Hayes

    Starting with code and ending with code and tailored for the VB language, Pro LINQ: Language Integrated Query in VB 2008 is a veritable treasury of LINQ examples that will save you hours, even days, of research time.
  • Pro LINQ

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    Joseph Rattz, Adam Freeman

    Most books show the simplest examples of how to use a method, but they so rarely show how to use the more complex prototypes. This book is different. Demonstrating the overwhelming majority of LINQ operators and prototypes, it is a veritable treasury of LINQ examples.

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