NET: A Complete Development Cycle

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Addison-Wesley, 2004 - Computers - 553 pages
bull; There are many books on Software Engineering, and many books on .NET, but this is the first to bring them together bull; The authors use an extended case study, with each chapter building on the previous one, involving readers at every stage bull; By the end the reader has created a really cool working imaging application while learning best practices of software development in .NET

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Contents

Introducing Software Engineering
23
A NET Prototype
57
Project Planning
71
Copyright

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Gunther Lenz is an expert in the design and implementation of optimized 2D image-processing algorithms, with more than five years of experience with high-performance medical-imaging processing and systems engineering, most recently with Siemens Corporate Research. Gunther's experience in defining and implementing efficient software-engineering practices led to him being an invited speaker at the SM (Software Management) 2003 conference where he also acted as the track chair for the Software Management Methods and Techniques sessions.

Thomas Moeller has ten years of experience as a computer programmer, engineer and researcher. He is currently working in the Imaging and Visualization group at Siemens Corporate Research, Inc. He is the co-inventor of patent-pending algorithms for volume segmentation and memory management for large volume visualization and has contributed to H-J Scheibl's textbook Visual C++ 6.0 for Beginners and Professionals (Hanser Munich/Vienna 1999).



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