Written specifically for COM-based ADO developers retooling for ADO.NET using the C# language, this book brings fresh insights and tips on the ADO.NET technology. Veteran authors William Vaughn and Peter Blackburn have packed this formative guide with practical advice on how to write code that is both faster running and easier to understand.
This book is divided into two sectionsthe first details the specifics of the framework and its capabilities in real-world applications, and the second presents an unprecedented look at .NET Remoting internals.
Advanced C and C++ Compiling explains the build process in detail and shows how to integrate code from other developers in the form of deployed libraries as well as how to resolve issues and potential mismatches between your own and external code trees.
This comprehensive reference provides expert tips and real code examples to teach advanced database programmers to write more efficient and better-performing code that takes full advantage of Transact-SQL (T-SQL).
As an entry point to studying Visual Basic .NET, object-oriented programming, and Unified Modeling Language design, this comprehensive reference will teach you how to analyze the business requirements of an application, model the objects and relationships involved in the solution design and, finally, implement the solution using Visual Basic .NET.
Attributes are used to modify the runtime behavior of code in the .NET Framework. This insightful guide explores the application of .NET attributes and how developers can write custom attributes that provide the maximum level of code reuse and flexibility.
Applied ASP.NET 4 in Context answers the commonly asked question, "Yes, but how does it work in reality?" Through a series of carefully constructed examples, the book shows how ASP.NET works in a real-world context, showing how technologies and best practices can be drawn together to create well-crafted web applications.