NET Patterns: Architecture, Design, and Process

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Addison-Wesley Professional, 2004 - Computers - 415 pages
Until now, we have been inundated with a melee of material in the areas of software architecture, design, and 'professional' principles. The need for design material seems to be always at its peak when either a new language or technology appears in the market. When Java first entered the market, you could hear the squalls of developers as they flooded into the local bookstores to pick up the latest copy of Learn Java in 10 Minutes. Not only was Java a new language but it was also a new platform, and it was the language for developing rich Internet applications. Not only were developers challenged with a new syntax but they also had to learn the new semantics of this new development medium. For those new to object-oriented technologies, it meant an even greater learning curve.

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Exception Handling
Creating the Tiers of a Framework
MultiSync Thread Manager
Dynamic Assembly Loader
MiddleTier Patterns
PersistenceTier Patterns
to a Commercial Product
Advanced Patterns

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CHRISTIAN THILMANY is .NET Solutions Architect for Microsoft Corporation. He has more than 13 years of experience consulting for a variety of Fortune 500 firms in fields such as distributed application architectures for Internet, Intranet, and client/server development. Christian is also a frequent contributor toJava Developer's Journal Magazine, Microsoft Interactive Developer (MIND), and MSDN Magazine.

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