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Application Architecture for .NET: Designing Applications and Services

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Application Architecture for .NET: Designing Applications and Services

Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0735618372
ISBN-13: 9780735618374
Number of pages: 176

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This book provides architecture-level and design-level guidance for application architects and developers that need to build distributed solutions with Microsoft .NET Framework. This guide assumes you are familiar with .NET component development and the basic principles of a layered distributed application design.

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