When you are facing a Visual C# 2010 problem, this book likely contains a recipe providingÂ the solutionor at least points you in the right direction. Even if you are simply looking to broaden your knowledge of the .NET Framework class library, Visual C# 2010 Recipes is the perfect resource to assist you.
Visual C# 2005 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach will meet your need for fast, effective solutions to the difficulties you encounter in your coding projects. The supplied code provides everything you need to solve problems, while the accompanying text provides supporting information. All code comes as a stand-alone Visual Studio 2005 solution.
Most testers need to know some programming to enhance their job abilities, but the problem is that the majority of trade books, textbooks, and courses are directed toward developers. Mary Sweeney's book responds to a huge unmet need and is the only book that covers Visual Basic for software testing, a large and critical industry.
There's a wealth of Visual Basic literature available on how to create all kinds of Windows applications, but nearly all of it is targeted toward the general computer science community and doesn't cater to the needs of researchers and engineers. This book sets out to remedy that issue and fill the unique needs of scientists and engineers.
This resource will give you a deep and thorough understanding of the implications of all the decisions you can make in designing a class, so you are equipped to develop classes that are robust, flexible, and reusable.
This is the comprehensive book on using Visual Basic .NET to build .NET applications that you've been waiting for! In this invaluable guide, author Andrew Troelsen shows developers how to use VB .NET for developing virtually every possible kind of .NET application.
Adopted by the Java Community Process, Java Data Objects (JDO) specifies a universal and transparent persistence service for Java objects. This book examines JDO's specification and behavior in depth, thoroughly covering the essential concepts and then taking you through practical, hands-on examples.
This insightful book goes beyond simple coverage of the Windows Forms and GDI+ namespaces by combining a careful treatment of the API with a detailed discussion of good user-interface design principles.
In this comprehensive guide, you'll take a close look at all the ingredients you can use to design state-of-the-art application interfaces. You'll also delve into entirely new topics such as custom control design and GDI+, the next-generation painting framework for Windows.
This brilliantly readable book covers in detail what programmers need to know about user interface design in a fun and entertaining way. Author Joel Spolsky proposes simple, logical rules that can be applied without any artistic talent to improve any user interface, from traditional GUI applications to websites to consumer electronics.