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Agile Principles, Patterns And Practices in C#.

Agile Principles, Patterns And Practices in C#

Robert C. Martin & Micah Martin

Prentice Hall

c/o Pearson Technology Group

801 East 96th Street, #300, Indianapolis, IN 46240-3759

0131857258 $59.99

Advanced developers will benefit from a book which packs in case studies to illustrate C# development and design routines, and will also appreciate the smooth move from UML models to C# code, which flow between initial logic and explanation to actual applications and upward migrations of skills levels. C# as well as Visual Basic or Java programmers will find the progressive, technical lessons and applications an important key to understanding the foundations of agile software principles and shared strengths.
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