by Dave Sussman, Alex Homer, Rob Howard, Karli Watson, Brian Francis, Richard Anderson, Wrox
If you're currently developing with ASP 2.0 or 3.0, and are considering the implications of the .NET Framework, then this book is for you. It is aimed at experienced ASP developers who are working at the leading edge, rather than the casual ASP developer or beginner.
by Matthew Bortniker, Jonathan Crossland, Dino Esposito, Jason Hales, Whitney Hankison, Vishwanath Honnaya, Tim Huckaby, Slava Kristich, Edward Lee, Rockford Lhotka, Brian Loesgen, Stephen Mohr, Simon Robinson, Ash Rofail, Brad Sherrell, Scott Short, Dan Wahlin, Wrox
This book provides a practical and detailed roadmap of Windows DNA. Anchor book to the entire Wrox DNA series, it is divided into 6 sections: Introduction, Business Layer, Data Layer, Prese.
Windows DNA (Distributed Internet Architecture) forms the cornerstone for building scalable, robust web applications using Microsoft technologies. Windows DNA technologies include both client and server sides. Thus, Microsoft's "client-server architecture" addresses the full spectrum of enterprise application development, for the Internet era. You will learn to combine a wide variety of Windows DNA technologies, to crank out effective solutions for your own enterprise application requirements.
Straight from the programming trenches, The Pragmatic Programmer cuts through the increasing specialization and technicalities of modern software development to examine the core process--taking a requirement and producing working, maintainable code that delights its users.
Create sound software designs with data structures that use modern object-oriented design patterns! Author Bruno Preiss presents the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms from a modern, object-oriented perspective. The text promotes object-oriented design using Java and illustrates the use of the latest object-oriented design patterns. Virtually all the data structures are discussed in the context of a single class hierarchy.
by Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, John Brant, William Opdyke, Don Roberts, Addison-Wesley Professional
Your class library works, but could it be better? Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code shows how refactoring can make object-oriented code simpler and easier to maintain. Today refactoring requires considerable design know-how, but once tools become available, all programmers should be able to improve their code using refactoring techniques. Besides an introduction to refactoring, this handbook provides a catalog of dozens of tips for improving code.