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Professional Visual Studio 2010 by Nick Randolph, David Gardner, Chris Anderson, and Michael Minutillo

Professional Visual Studio 2010

by Nick Randolph, David Gardner, Chris Anderson, and Michael Minutillo

Visual Studio allows you to create and manage programming projects for the Windows platform, and the new 2010 version has undergone a major overhaul comprised of significant changes. Written by an author team of veteran programmers and developers, this book gets you quickly up to speed on what you can expect from the newest version of Visual Studio...Read More

Professional Visual Studio 2008 by Nick Randolph and David Gardner

Professional Visual Studio 2008

by Nick Randolph and David Gardner

Visual Studio 2008 is an enormous product. Incorporating the latest advances in both Visual Basic and C# as well as improvements and new features in the user interface, it can be daunting without the kind of guidance this book provides. In this book you'll learn to harness every feature of this remarkable development tool...Read More

Professional Visual Studio Extensibility by Keyvan Nayyeri

Professional Visual Studio Extensibility

by Keyvan Nayyeri

Determined to make the Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX) learning process as smooth as possible, this helpful resource shows you how to use VSX in order to facilitate easier development of Microsoft programming languages and development technologies. Keyvan Nayyeri examines how VSX simplifies the processes of coding, compilation, deployment, debugging, and testing. Plus, numerous examples, sample code, and real-world case studies demonstrate the various extensibility options of VSX so that you can perform routine tasks easier and quicker...Read More

The gap between the best software engineering practice and the average practice is very wide - perhaps wider than any other engineering discipline. A tool that disseminates good practice would be important. Frederick P. Brooks,
No Silver Bullet - Essence and Accident in Software Engineering
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