NET Enterprise Design with Visual Basic .NET and SQL Server 2000
Annotation The only book that uses Visual Basic.NET, SQL Server 2000, and .NET to provide strategies for solving the key problems developers encounter when designing component services for enterprise applications. Most up-to-20011221 coverage available about VB.NET, .NET component services, and SQL Server 2000. Uses a software engineering approach to discuss how to use valuable techniques to solve key problems faced when dealing with complex distributed systems. Detailed discussion of the pros and cons for each potential solution by looking at issues such as performance, scalability, and maintainability. .NET Enterprise Deisgn with Visual Basic.NET and SQL Server 2000 discusses factors and opinions developers should consider in order to create higher quality designs and applications. The author uses one large-scale business application throughout the book as the basis for all examples to clearly illustrate concepts being discussed. Coverage also includes a variety of aspects about design in the world of .NET; explanations of the business and data access layers of application design; solutions for problems such as code structure, solid error trapping, and how to build in debugging support; discussion of how to design larger projects with more robust systems and reusable components, and comparison of component solutions to stored procedure solutions. Jimmy Nilsson is the owner of the Swedish consulting company JNSK AB. He has been working with system development for more than twelve years (with VB since version 1.0) and, in recent years, he has specialized in component-based development, mostly in the Microsoft environment. He has also been developing and presenting courses in database design, object-oriented design, etc. at a Swedish university for six years. Jimmy is a frequent speaker at Fawcette and Wrox Conferences and has written numerous technical articles.
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