Net Framework Programming

Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming (repost)  

Posted by MoneyRich at June 3, 2015
Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming (repost)

Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming (Developer Reference) by Jeffrey Richter
English | Jan 22, 2002 | ISBN: 0735614229 | 630 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

The Microsoft® .NET Framework allows developers to quickly build robust, secure ASP.NET Web Forms and XML Web service applications, Windows® Forms applications, tools, and types. Find out all about its common language runtime and learn how to leverage its power to build, package, and deploy any kind of application or component.

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming [Repost]  

Posted by AlenMiler at July 22, 2014
Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming [Repost]

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming by Jeffrey Richter
Microsoft Press | Jan 22 2002 | ISBN: 0735614229 | Pages: 630 | PDF | 4.22 MB

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming is a tutorial. It's meant for programmers who already know an object-oriented language and want to apply their knowledge in the standardized environment provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework.
Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming (Pro-Developer) (Repost)

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming (Pro-Developer)
Publisher: Microsoft Press | ISBN: 0735614229 | edition 2002 | PDF | 500 pages | 4,2 mb

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming is a tutorial. It's meant for programmers who already know an object-oriented language and want to apply their knowledge in the standardized environment provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework. The book, written by Jeffrey Richter, a programmer and the .NET columnist at Microsoft's magazine for its developer community, takes a more or less language-agnostic approach to the run-time environment (though many illustrative examples are in C#). It aims to untangle the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and some of the Framework Class Library (FCL), and generally succeeds, particularly at the former. Richter shares his knowledge of the key classes you can instantiate in the CLR, and the kinds of operations you can perform on and with them.
You can read this book, or individual chapters, from beginning to end. You'll probably find it more helpful, though, if you read individual sections as you encounter problems or develop an interest in specific aspects of the CLR (ideal for those middle-of-the-night "I wonder how it does…" questions). Richter typically lets his code do most of the talking, and he'll often introduce a section with a prose summary of the CLR way of doing something (sometimes with a supplementary diagram) before unleashing a string of quick examples that illustrate variations on the theme. In an unusual and helpful tutorial move, he makes heavy use of the ILDASM utility to show what goes on at compile time. –David Wall

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming by Jeffrey Richter  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at Dec. 21, 2006
Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming by  Jeffrey Richter

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming by Jeffrey Richter
Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (January 23, 2002) | ISBN: 0735614229 | PDF | 4,2 Mb | 640 pages

Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming is a tutorial. It's meant for programmers who already know an object-oriented language and want to apply their knowledge in the standardized environment provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework. The book, written by Jeffrey Richter, a programmer and the .NET columnist at Microsoft's magazine for its developer community, takes a more or less language-agnostic approach to the run-time environment (though many illustrative examples are in C#). It aims to untangle the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and some of the Framework Class Library (FCL), and generally succeeds, particularly at the former. Richter shares his knowledge of the key classes you can instantiate in the CLR, and the kinds of operations you can perform on and with them.
MS Course 10266A Programming With C Using Dot Net Framework 4

MS Course 10266A Programming With C Using Dot Net Framework 4
Image Format: ISO | Classroom Download DVD9: 5.82 GB | Trainer Files 55.25 MB
Genre: eLearning

This course will teach you C# language syntax, program structure, and implementation by using Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0. This course provides a solid foundation in C# to the level necessary to enable students to attend other courses in the Technical specialist tracks. This course is intended for experienced developers who already have programming experience in C, C++, Visual Basic, or Java and understand the concepts of object-oriented programming. This course is not designed for new programmers; it is targeted at professional developers with at least 12 months experience of programming in an object-oriented environment.
.NET Compact Framework Programming with Visual Basic .NET [Repost]

.NET Compact Framework Programming with Visual Basic .NET by Paul Yao
English | June 27, 2004 | ISBN: 0321174046 | 1424 Pages | CHM | 9.4 MB

.Net Framework 4.5 Expert Programming Cookbook [Repost]  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 2, 2016
.Net Framework 4.5 Expert Programming Cookbook [Repost]

.Net Framework 4.5 Expert Programming Cookbook by A.P. Rajshekhar
English | 18 Jan. 2013 | ISBN: 1849687420 | 276 Pages | PDF | 17 MB

.Net is an architecture neutral and programming language agnostic framework that caters to all requirements, varying from business solutions to multiplayer online 3D games. Version 4.5 added many new features to help with the development of robust and user-friendly solutions.
Network Programming for the Microsoft .NET Framework by Jim Ohlund (Repost)

Network Programming for the Microsoft .NET Framework by Jim Ohlund
English | Sep 27, 2003 | ISBN: 073561959X | 384 Pages | CHM | 1.5 MB

.NET Compact Framework Programming with C# (repost)  

Posted by MoneyRich at Jan. 16, 2015
.NET Compact Framework Programming with C# (repost)

.NET Compact Framework Programming with C# by David Durant
English | June 3, 2004 | ISBN: 0321174038 | 1424 Pages | PDF | 13 MB

Authors Paul Yao and David Durant draw upon their years of research and experience with members of the Microsoft .NET CF team to show you exactly how the best CF programming gets done in C#. This is the only book a programmer needs to master the art of CF coding. Throughout the book, sample code and examples illustrate best practices and programming techniques. In addition, the companion Web site includes downloadable code for all these examples, along with a set of development tools to help you with your CF development projects.
Pro Dynamic .NET 4.0 Applications: Data-Driven Programming for the .NET Framework (repost)

Pro Dynamic .NET 4.0 Applications: Data-Driven Programming for the .NET Framework (Expert's Voice in .NET) by Carl Ganz
English | January 20, 2010 | ISBN: 143022519X | 264 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

As a developer you are likely painfully aware that not all features of an application can be anticipated when the software ships. In order to cope with these eventualities and save yourself time (and perhaps money), it makes sense to write your applications in such a way that end users can be made as independent of the developers as possible. Giving your users the power to make changes to the way the application operates once it has shipped gives them more control over the way the application works, while reducing the frequency with which you need to redistribute application files, creating a win-win situation.