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  • Event-Based Programming

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    Ted Faison

    This book teaches you how to develop software based on parts that interact primarily through an event mechanism. You'll learn how to use events in many different situations to solve recurring development problems without coupling. And, it features a series of case studies that incorporate all concepts taught in the book.
  • Expert C# 5.0

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    Mohammad Rahman

    Expert C# 5.0 discusses the familiar C# language in forensic detail. Examining familiar elements closely and revealing how they really work. By referencing Intermediate Language (MSIL) code and the Windows Debugger (Windbg) we’ll give you an unparalleled depth of understanding so that you can truly claim to be a master of the C# language.

  • Expert Service-Oriented Architecture In C#

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    Jeffrey Hasan

    Now is the time to consider service-oriented architecture (SOA) and to think about how to architect applications using XML messages and loosely-coupled services. With this book, you can get a head start on building SOA applications, using the .NET Framework combined with the Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 2.0 toolkit.
  • Extreme Programming Refactored

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    Doug Rosenberg, Matt Stephens

    Don Rosenberg and Matt Stephens are not attempting to define a new methodology in Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP. Instead, they will be examining XP in the context of existing methodologies and processes such as RUP, ICONIX, Spiral, RAD, DSDM, etc.—and showing how XP goals can be achieved using these existing processes.

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