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SharePoint Designer 2010 Unleashed Book Review

This book is about so much more than just the SharePoint Designer. It gives a great overview of SharePoint 2010's architecture, covers how to make modifications in the browser, goes deep into security details, covers new and depreciated site templates, working with the ribbon, CSS, XSLT, Business Connectivity Services, data controls, workflows, InfoPath, and more!!!

Dependency Injection in .NET Book Review

This book is not only about DI, it is about proper object oriented programming. Every .NET architect and developer should read this book.


Practical Code Generation in .NET: Covering Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010 Book Review

One of the things I like the most about the book is that the author really shows you how to take advantage of existing tools and libraries that are intended to be used for code generation.

Pro BAM in BizTalk Server 2009 Book Review

This book covers everything you could possibly need to know about implementing a BAM solution. It is THE BOOK on BAM.


Pro Silverlight 3 in C# Book Review

This book is by far the best resource for Silverlight 3.0. This is a must have book for any developer working with Silverlight 3.0.....

WPF Control Development Book Review

WPF is a vast topic. This book does a great job of zeroing in on some of the most powerful functionality WPF has to offer and assembling it in a very concise format....

.NET Security and Hacking Tool Belt - Tools, Books, Videos, and Sites

There are a ton of tools and books out on security and hacking. I have listed some of the tools, books, videos, and sites I keep in my security tool belt....

Effective REST Services via .NET Book Review

If you want to learn the ins and outs of RESTful Services using .NET technologies, this book is the ticket...

Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework Book Review

If you are going to adventure into the ASP.NET MVC Framework, you will want this book by your side.

C# VB.NET and ASP.NET Refactoring Book Reviews

Both of these books are great. Each has it's own unique sections, while at the same time they cover the same refactorings, smells, and Object-Oriented Design Principles in detail.

Programming Entity Framework Book Review

This is definitely the book to have by your side if you are programming with the ADO.NET Entity Framework 1.0....


PDF Documentation Available for Composite Application Guidance for WPF June 2008

Microsoft has made the documentation for Composite Application Guidance for WPF–June 2008 available in PDF format.

Pro WF: Windows Workflow in .NET 3.5 Book Review

This book is the book to have if you are going to get into Windows Workflow Foundation. There are no other books on WF out on the market that compare to the broad view and depth of this book.

Programming .NET 3.5 Book Review

This book is very different than most of the book I have purchased on .NET because it covers XAML, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Silverlight, Ajax, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Workflow Foundation (WF), CardSpace, as well as the industry standard patterns Microsoft has incorporated in these technologies.

Essential Windows Communication Foundation (WCF): For .NET Framework 3.5 Book Review

If you are going to get into Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) with .NET Framework 3.5, you will want this book by your side.

Cool Links IV- .NET 3.5, Architecture, AJAX, UML, EPF, Patterns, GOF, VSTS 2008, WPF, Silverlight, SQL 2008, XAML

This is the fourth installment of cool links. It includes links on .NET 3.5, Architecture, AJAX, UML, EPF, Patterns, GOF, VSTS 2008, WPF, Silverlight, SQL 2008, XAML, SPARX EA, Visio, Seam Carving, New Books, FXCop, etc.

C# 3.0 Design Patterns Book Review

I found this book to be a very good treatment of the GOF patterns. The content is well organized and has a very clean feel to it. All in all I think this is a great C# GOF Patterns book and would recommend it to anyone that wants to learn to implement the GOF patterns with the latest C# language features available.

LINQ in Action Book Review

This book is a pure pleasure to read. The presentation of content is awesome. They breakdown code in a new refreshing way that I have not seen before. Maybe it is done in all the Action Books from Manning, but this is the first I have read. They use code annotations to show what the code is doing at all the key points, highlighting important concepts. The beginner will benefit greatly from this, as will the experienced developer getting into the new C# language features.

Framework Design Guidelines 2nd Edition In the works!

This is great news!!! I have used this book as a coding standard on all my projects since the release of the first edition. On several projects I have made the companies buy the first edition for every developer on my team.

Pro C# 2008 and the .NET 3.5 Platform Book Review

Andrew hits the mark again. This is the 3rd version of this book I own. Everyone of them does an excellent job of covering all the new features in the latest release.