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  • Windows Mobile Game Development

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    Adam Dawes

    This book will provide you with a comprehensive guide to developing games for both the Windows Mobile platform and the Windows Phone using the industry standard programming languages C# and VB .NET.
  • Windows Azure Platform

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    Tejaswi Redkar

    Learn to build flawless cloud services using the four components of the Azure Services Platform. Best practices and techniques for using Windows Azure, .NET Services, SQL Services, and Live Services are supported by a thorough overview of architectural concepts to ensure you make use of the platform to its full potential.
  • Windows Azure Platform 2nd Edition

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    Tejaswi Redkar, Tony Guidici

    Learn to architect and build cloud services using the Windows Azure platform. Best practices and techniques for using Windows Azure, SQL Azure and Windows Azure AppFabric are supported by a thorough overview of architectural concepts.

  • Windows 8 XAML Primer

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    Jesse Liberty

    Windows 8 XAML Primer is a fast-paced 100 page introduction for Windows 8 developers who want to get their XAML skills into shape ready for Windows 8 development. If you're a C# developer this book offers you practical, hands-on training of Windows 8 XAML development from the first page!
  • Web Matrix Developer's Guide

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    John Paul Mueller

    This insightful guide provides a complete view of what you can accomplish with Web Matrix (Microsoft's free website creation program)—everything from generating simple web pages to developing Web service applications to building mobile applications.
  • Visual Studio Lightswitch 2012

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    Tim Leung

    Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012 shows users how to get the most from this innovative product by going beyond the "one-click-and-you're-done" mind set. Author Tim Leung discusses how this breakthrough product is maturing and provides invaluable tips and advice for regular and power users alike.

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