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Effective C#, Third Edition

In Effective C#, Third Edition, respected .NET expert Bill Wagner identifies 50 ways to harness the full power of the C# 6.0 language to write exceptionally robust, efficient, and well-performing code. Reflecting the growing sophistication of the C# language and its development community, Wagner has identified dozens of new ways to write better code. This edition's new solutions include some that take advantage of generics and several that are more focused on LINQ, as well as a full chapter of advanced best practices for working with exceptions. This book is part of the Content Update Program (CUP). All purchasers receive a free web edition of the book that will be updated to match updates to C# as they occur.

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Business Case for Skype for Business?
By Alex Lewis, Rui Young Maximo, Pat Richard, Phil Sharp
Dec 7, 2016

Learn how/why Microsoft Skype for Business Server 2015 is the go-to product for unified communications by exploring common business cases.

Introduction to Computations in Chemical Engineering
By Vivek Utgikar
Dec 7, 2016

Dr. Vivek Utgikar presents the importance of computations and use of computational tools in chemical engineering.

Pets and Cattle
By Thomas A. Limoncelli, Strata R. Chalup, Christina J. Hogan
Dec 7, 2016

Using the "pets and cattle" analogy, recognized sys admin experts explain how to improve your efficiency by minimizing variation.

Batch Distillation
By Phillip C. Wankat
Nov 19, 2016

Phillip C. Wankat discusses batch distillation, an important part of the production of seasonal, or low capacity and high-purity chemicals and is a very frequent separation process in the pharmaceutical industry.

PHP Crash Course
By Luke Welling, Laura Thomson
Nov 19, 2016

Web architects Luke Welling and Laura Thomson provide a quick overview of PHP syntax and language constructs by working through lots of real-world examples taken from their experiences building real websites.

What Are Microservices?
By Eberhard Wolff
Nov 19, 2016

Software architect Eberhard Wolff investigates the definition of the term “microservices” from three perspectives.

Architectural Design
By Humberto Cervantes, Rick Kazman
Nov 18, 2016

Professors Humberto Cervantes and Rick Kazman discuss software architecture, along with the main inputs to the design process.

Functions and Modules
By Robert Sedgewick, Kevin Wayne
Nov 18, 2016

Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne build upon students’ familiarity with mathematical functions to introduce Java functions, and then consider the implications of programming with functions, including libraries of functions and recursion.

VXLAN, NSX Controllers, and NSX Preparation
By Elver Sena Sosa
Nov 18, 2016

Elver Sena Sosa introduces VXLAN, one of the control planes of NSX, NSX Controllers, and how to prepare the vSphere environment for NSX.

CRM 2016 Online
By Marc Wolenik
Oct 27, 2016

Learn the what, why, and hows of CRM 2016 Online.

Methods: A Deeper Look
By Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel
Oct 27, 2016

Paul and Harvey Deitel take a deep look at methods in C# through a series of object-oriented programming case studies.

Working with Databases in Android
By Adam Stroud
Oct 27, 2016

Android architect Adam Stroud presents the Android API for working with databases and explains how to get data from an app to a database and back again.

Declarations
By Khalid Mughal, Rolf W Rasmussen
Oct 24, 2016

Mughal and Rasmussen cover the Java SE 8 OCA Exam objectives having to do with Declarations.

Shader Fundamentals
By John Kessenich, Graham Sellers, Dave Shreiner
Oct 24, 2016

Discusses the major features of the OpenGL Shading Language and SPIR-V, demonstrating how to initialize and use them within an application.

Using Functions
By Larry Rockoff
Oct 24, 2016

SQL expert Larry Rockoff introduces a way to perform calculations on the individual data items retrieved from a database.

Aerospace and Defense
By Steve Aukstakalnis
Oct 21, 2016

AR expert Steve Aukstakalnis presents case studies of AR being used in aerospace and defence.

Agile in General
By Daniel James Gullo
Oct 21, 2016

Daniel Gullo, also known as “the hardest working man in Agile”, explores concepts that touch on various different areas and concepts of Agility in general.

Distribute Your Work
By Martin Abbott, Michael Fischer
Oct 21, 2016

Veteran technology and business executives discuss scaling databases and services through cloning and replication, separating functionality or services, and splitting similar data sets across storage and application systems.

LeSS
By Craig Larman, Bas Vodde
Oct 21, 2016

Craig Larman and Bas Vodde outline what Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) is, its background, and how it can help you scale agility in large organizations.

The Chord Diagram
By Barrett Clark
Oct 21, 2016

Barrett Clark demonstrates how to build a chord diagram through the process of creating a new app for flight departures.

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