Book Review: .NET - A Complete Development Cycle
 
Published: 12 Nov 2003
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This book is unique in that introduces developers to both .NET and the software development cycle at the same time.
by Andrew Mooney
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Overview

Authors: Gunther Lenz and Thomas Moeller

 

Summary (from cover): ".NET - A Complete Development Cycle" is the first guide to combining the best software-engineering practices of the Unified Process with the ins an outs of the .NET architecture. The book begins with an overview of the principles of software engineering and then introduces Microsoft technologies such as Visual C#, Windows Forms (WinForms), ADO.NET, and ASP.NET.

 

Contents:

  1. Introducing  .NET
  2. Introducing Software Engineering
  3. A .NET Prototype
  4. Project Planning
  5. The Photo Editor Application
  6. GDI+ Graphics Extensions
  7. Advanced GDI+ Operations
  8. Dynamic Loading of Components
  9. Accessing System Resources
  10. Performance Optimization, Multithreading, and Profiling
  11. Building the Web Application with ASP.NET
  12. Security and Database Access
  13. Product Release
Reviewer Comments

This book is unique in that introduces developers to both .NET and the software development cycle at the same time. The opening chapters contain a concise introduction to .NET and software engineering. The rest of the book walks you through the development of a complete .NET application that includes a Photo Editor and an Online Photo Shop. I found the discussion on using plug-ins with your .NET application to be very interesting. This book would be an excellent tool for individuals wanting to learn about the process of software development or .NET.



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