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Pro WCF: Practical Microsoft SOA Implementation is a complete guide to WCF from the service-oriented architecture perspective, and shows you why WCF is important to web service development and architecture. The book covers the unified programming model, reliable messaging, security, the peer-to-peer programming model, and more.
Pro VS 2005 Reporting Using SQL Server and Crystal Reports covers SQL Server 2005 and Crystal Reports, as well as other popular technologies like Oracle and ActiveReports, to give you a thorough grounding in the reporting field.
Pro Visual Studio Team System Application Lifecycle Management focuses on the most powerful application lifecycle management tool available for the Microsoft .NET Framework: Visual Studio Team System (VSTS).
Pro Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 Development shows users how to get the most from this innovative product by going beyond the "one-click-and-you're-done" mentality. Authors Tim Leung and Yann Duran cover this breakthrough product and discuss advanced topics for power users and developers.
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Pro Visual C++/CLI and the .NET 3.5 Platform is about writing .NET applications using C++/CLI. While readers are learning the ins and outs of .NET application development, they will also be learning the syntax of C++, both old and new to .NET.