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Book Review: Programming Windows Identity Foundation
Programming Windows Identity Foundation by Vittorio Bertocci is right now the only serious book about Windows Identity Foundation available. I started using Windows Identity Foundation when I made my first experiments on Windows Azure AppFabric Access...
Book review: Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams
   Peopleware by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister is golden classic book that can be considered as mandatory reading for software project managers, team leads, higher level management and board members of software companies. If you make decisions...
Draft: ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor Syntax
Microsoft published draft of e-book ASP.NET Web Pages with Razor Syntax - Beta 3 . The book is targeted to everybody who want to build web sites with WebMatrix or Visual Studio using Razor engine. The book is simple and very informative and I already...
Free e-book: Moving to Visual Studio 2010
Those who are still using older versions of Visual Studio may find the free e-book “ Moving to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 ” useful when deciding if it is time to move to Visual Studio 2010 or not. The book is written by Ken Haines, Pascal Paré and Patrice...
Book review: Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture
   Lately I finished reading the famous patterns book by Martin Fowler - Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture . This book introduces and describes design patterns you will usually see when building enterprise applications. There are...
Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship – book review
   Writing code that is easy read and test is not something that is easy to achieve. Unfortunately there are still way too much programming students who write awful spaghetti after graduating. But there is one really good book that helps you...
Why Software Sucks...and What You Can Do About It – book review
    How do our users see the products we are writing for them and how happy they are with our work? Are they able to get their work done without fighting with cool features and crashes or are they just switching off resistance part of their...
Agile Database Techniques: Effective Strategies for the Agile Software Developer – book review
   Agile development expects mind shift and developers are not the only ones who must be agile. Every chain is as strong as it’s weakest link and same goes also for development teams. Agile Database Techniques: Effective Strategies for the Agile...
The Mythical Man-Month – book review
Yesterday I finished reading the classic project management book The Mythical Man-Month: Essays on Software Engineering by Frederick P. Brooks. Well… this book made me think a lot about nature of software projects, how primitive is our understanding about...
Some e-books and .NET 4.0 beta exams
Lately I have found some pretty interesting e-books about different technologies and one announcement about .NET Framework 4.0 beta exams. In this posting I will introduce you books I found and first beta exams. e-Books C# to IL by Vijay Mukhy is good...
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