Recommended Posts. Posted December 10, Quote: Learn advanced. NET programming techniques by getting an insiders' look at a complete application! The developers who created SharpDevelop give you an inside track on application development with a guided tour of the source code for SharpDevelop.
They will show you the most important code features and explain how you can use these techniques in your own projects. You will gain valuable experience of building an application on this scale, learning from the decisions, mistakes, problems and solutions that lead to the current version on SharpDevelop. I thought someone might find this useful. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted December 12, Yeah, I saw this posted on osnews. I browsed it and it's a book describing how the sharpdevelop app is built.
Two weeks ago, during this year's AspInsiders summit, I got ahold of a !
I still have to decide whether the equally ancient Continental boarding pass DEN-SEA used as a bookmark will be kept too I guess so , but the book is definitely worth your time - be it for a computer history lesson, or on the "signing up" concept and all other project management topics being touched on without it being a pm book. A book store at a conference always adds weight to my luggage and back home gets me into trouble with my already again limited space on the bookshelf.
I'm especially looking forward to Hunting Security Bugs. Great project management book, even if you never plan on using VSTS. It isn't yet available in stores, but I decided to preorder because I'm really looking forward to this book. Because it describes a security process in development that works - the SDL Microsoft. NET 2. The book definitely is a must-have for every ASP. This one will save you loads of time when you have to deploy an application into non-full trust environments.
However, the other chapters are worthwhile too, like 2 which details exactly which identity is used when by what part of the engine. Bottomline: highly recommended reading. The only way for me to not come home with tons of books is to give bookstores a wide berth.
This is not an option at a PDC where so many new books are presented, and so many other ones are deeply discounted. Hence the list:. With the weather being abysmally bad this weekend snow on m in early August is quite a nasty surprise , I at least got around to complete the book The Best Software Writing I , which consists of essays collected and introduced by Joel Spolsky. I have to admit that I would have never read most of those had I simply stumbled upon them on the Web. But the preselection with a focus on good writing made it appealing to me. Well, I left with two more books to read: The.
The second one by Brian Nantz on OS tools for.
NET development will be a reference for me on the various tools that we do use today, as well as others that we are likely to evaluate. It also contains a brief section roughly a page on develop , which I happen to be the PM for. I would like to set the record straight on a couple of things though:.
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Busy day in open source land for me - after releasing a. More than pages of information architecture and code on a real-world application written entirely in C. The book was originally published January by Wrox Press, which went under shortly after the book's release. Apress has a section titled Alpha and Beta Books. There you can read "first drafts" alpha as well as "shipping real soon now" beta chapters of upcoming book releases.
You will find a wide range of book topics on the aforementioned page. Currently interesting to us in the.
As I plan to release the source code for it, I want it to be well-structured and easily extensible I don't think I'll do editors for all registry data types. Can't wait for VS. Online resources aside, the Refactoring dead-tree edition from Fowler should sit on every developer's bookshelf. Ingo recommended the book to me during the Connect Event in Barcelona. Over the weekend, I easily managed to get through The Deadline. Tompkins journal is a treasure-trove of project management advice. Note to self: need to grab a copy of Version Control with Subversion.
The last week was slow with regards to book reading, too many things got in the way including good weather for race cycling, which is rare in October here - I already have winter tires on my car Peopleware by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister nonetheless was a highly interesting read; you get prescriptive advice, which can be start for you on a project or even a higher level.
They are also talking about a topic close to my heart: teamicide - I have seen that way too many times myself. Written by a member of the Honeynet Project , this book teaches you how to study a black hat attack and learn from it.
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In addition, you get valuable insight into the mindset of black hats and their community. Needless to say that I highly recommend it. The next book is already in the mail: Paper Prototyping by Carolyn Snyder. Like I said, one down, n to go. Crypto I. Thursday, May 1, Thursday, May 1, PM W. Tuesday, October 23, Wright's "Hard Code". Tuesday, October 23, PM W. Monday, August 6, Writing Secure Code for Windows Vista. PS: Way cool to be mentioned in a security book! Monday, August 6, PM W. Monday, December 18, The Soul of a New Machine.
Monday, December 18, PM W.
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