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This year

Design Patterns in Java LiveLessons Review

I highly recommend this video series to anyone working in an object oriented language.

2013

Awesome Java Training 1/2 Price for 2 Days - Design Patterns | Spring Framework | Lambda Expressions and Streams

Here are 3 LiveLesson videos that starting today and this weekend (ends strike of midnight on Monday), that are being offering at 50% off the list price. If you have not had the opportunity to view any LiveLessons you are missing out. This is the perfect opportunity to check some of them out.

2012

Software Engineering Best Practices: Lessons from Successful Projects in the Top Companies Book Review

This is one of those books that should be read by every person with a relationship to IT. Testers, CIOs, CFOs, developers, architects, project managers, and agilists will benefit from this book. I highly recommend reading it. You will come out the back end of it with a complete new perspective on Software Engineering.

.NET Architecture and Development Book Recommendations for 2012

Another year has gone by. Happy New Year everyone. It is time to update my book recommendation blog. There have been a ton of books come out this year both good and bad.

2011

Software Modeling and Design: UML, Use Cases, Patterns, and Software Architectures Book Review

All in all this is a very high quality book packed with very valuable information any architect at an level of experience will benefit from. Hi highly recommend this book!!!!

2010

In the Box – MVVM Training

In the Box is a high quality, multi-media training that is consumed within Visual Studio 2010. Content is navigated and delivered using a next generation computer based training (CBT) experience, the Visual Studio 2010 Feature Extension.

2009

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.

Software Architecture: Foundations, Theory, and Practice Book Review

I recommend this book for the beginner, as well as the experienced, software architect. It is a must read.

2008

Composite Application Guidance for WPF Release Version Available

The Composite Application Guidance for WPF is designed to help you more easily build enterprise-level Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) client applications. This guidance will help you design and build flexible composite WPF client applications.

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.

GOF Design Patterns, AntiPatterns, and Refactoring Tutorials, Videos, and Book

This is a nice site for getting up to speed on the GOF Design Patterns, AntiPatterns, and Refactoring. They offer online written tutorials, video tutorials, and they also offer a hard copy of their material in a book.

2007

Real World Software Architecture

David has posted a new MVP Bundle Screencast on the WCSF v2.0 Model View Presenter Design Pattern.

Cool Links III- .NET 3.0, 3.5, Acropolis, TFS, AJAX, Visual Studio 2008, CAB, WPF, Silverlight, WCF, SQL Server 2008

I posted a few sets of links a few months ago. Here is another list. There has been a ton of new info to keep up with. Topics - .NET 3.0, 3.5, Acropolis, TFS, AJAX, Visual Studio 2008, CAB, WPF, Silverlight, SQL Server 2008, Architecture, WCF, LINQ, MVP, Repository Factory, etc...

Create Data Access Layer Using Repository Factory Guidance Package Screencast Part II Available

This screencast demonstrates using the Repository Factory Guidance Package to generate a data access layer for web and winform applications. Discusses differences between it and the older Data Access Guidance Package.