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Professional C# Design Pattern Applied


Posted Date: 22-Mar-2012  Last Updated:   Category: C# Book Review    
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This book is aimed at any experienced developers who are moving into C#, and are considering using design patterns in their applications. Any developer who dont have an idea in design pattern this book can be nice start for them.This will cover different scenarios with and without applying design patterns so reader can find the real difference of applying patterns in their C# applications.



This book gives a practical approach to using design patterns in the C# language, developed for use with the .NET platform. It shows design patterns applied in real world architectural scenarios so that they can be seen in action and the benefits that they bring are visible.

The book covers:

1. an introduction to design patterns;
2. design patterns applied in the data tire
3. design patterns applied in the business logic tire
4. design patterns applied in the presentation tiers
5. design patterns in .NET Remoting
6. UML Primer

This book doesn't assueme that you have any knowledge on design patterns but it does assume familiarity with C#.Some knowledge IN UML will helps the user to understand the explanation better because most of the design patterns are explained using UML diagrams.
If you dont know UML there is one chapter at the end called UML Primer.Please go through it to get a grip on UML.

This book is funtamentally a practical book.

Author : Tom Fisher,John Slater,Pete Stromquist,Chaur G.Wu,Rowland Gosling,Andrew Keowczylk,Tim Rostad

Publisher: WROX Press Ltd;

ISBN-10: 1861008740
ISBN-13: 978-1861008749



For more information:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Professional-C-Design-Patterns-Applied/dp/1861008740



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