Practical Guidelines and Best Practices for Microsoft® Visual Basic® and Visual C#® Developers
Francesco Balena and Giuseppe Dimauro
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Written by respected developers Francesco Balena and Giuseppe Dimauro, this practical, timesaving reference describes 700+ best programming practices-including when and how to use them-to improve your Microsoft .NET development projects.
Get the real-world coding guidelines, expert tips, and rock-solid guidance you need to take your Microsoft .NET development expertise to the next level. Drawing from their extensive programming and consulting experiences, respected developers Francesco Balena and Giuseppe Dimauro share more than 700 best programming practices for Visual Basic and Visual C#, clearly stating the purpose of each practice and illuminating the practical 'whys' and 'why nots' for using them. They also highlight exceptions and alternatives, and provide real-world code samples in both Visual Basic and C# that will also be downloadable. Topics include assemblies; types and structures; resources and localization; exception handling; custom attributes; memory usage and object finalization; arrays and collection types; Windows® Forms applications; Microsoft ADO.NET; Microsoft ASP.NET; threading and synchronization; PInvoke and COM Interop; serviced components; remoting; security considerations; and more.
Key Book Benefits:
Build reliable, scalable, and security-enhanced applications with expert advice from two renowned industry figures, Francesco Balena and Giuseppe Dimauro.
Get hundreds of practical and timesaving tips in quick-reference format.
Gain essential insights on the right and wrong approaches to various aspects of .NET-related programming.
See best practices illustrated by code samples in Visual Basic and Visual C#, also available for download from a companion Web site.