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Agile principles, patterns, and practices in C#.


Agile principles, patterns, and practices in C#.

Martin, Robert C. and Micah Martin.

Prentice Hall


732 pages



Robert C. Martin series


Robert Martin and Micah Martin, software consultants, present a series of case studies illustrating fundamentals of agile development and agile design, moving quickly from UML models to real C# code. Introductory chapters lay out the basics of the agile movement, while later chapters demonstrate techniques. Source code examples in the book can be downloaded from a web site. The book is for C# programmers, Visual Basic and Java programmers learning C#, software development managers, and business analysts.

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