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.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at Feb. 9, 2016
.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed

.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed by Kevin Burton
English | Apr. 14, 2002 | ISBN: 0672321246 | 1024 Pages | CHM | 6.3 MB

.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Nov. 12, 2014
.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed [Repost]

.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed by Kevin Burton
Sams Publishing; 1 edition | April 14, 2002 | English | ISBN: 0672321246 | 1024 pages | PDF | 15 MB

The .NET Framework provides a runtime environment called the Common Language Runtime, which manages the execution of code and provides services that make the development of robust software easier. The Common Language Runtime (CLR) provides a solid foundation for developers to build various types of applications.

.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Specialselection at Nov. 30, 2011
.NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed (Repost)

Kevin Burton, ".NET Common Language Runtime Unleashed"
Sams; 1 edition | English | 2002-04-24 | ISBN: 0672321246 | 1021 pages | PDF | 15.2 mb
Programming C# 5.0: Building Windows 8, Web, and Desktop Applications for the .NET 4.5 Framework (Repost)

Ian Griffiths, "Programming C# 5.0: Building Windows 8, Web, and Desktop Applications for the .NET 4.5 Framework"
English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 1449320414 | EPUB | 886 pages | 4 MB
Programming C# 5.0: Building Windows 8, Web, and Desktop Applications for the .NET 4.5 Framework (Repost)

Ian Griffiths, "Programming C# 5.0: Building Windows 8, Web, and Desktop Applications for the .NET 4.5 Framework"
2012 | pages: 884 | ISBN: 1449320414 | PDF | 19,3 mb

Essential .NET, Volume I: The Common Language Runtime (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at May 21, 2015
Essential .NET, Volume I: The Common Language Runtime (Repost)

Don Box, Chris Sells, "Essential .NET, Volume I: The Common Language Runtime"
2002 | pages: 432 | ISBN: 0201734117 | CHM | 3,2 mb
Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes) (Repost)

Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes) by John Maxwell III
English | 1994 | ISBN: 1881526364 | 469 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

Lexical-Functional Grammar was first developed by Joan Bresnan and Ronald M.
Online Deliberation: Design, Research, and Practice (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes) (Repost)

Online Deliberation: Design, Research, and Practice (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes) by Todd Davies
English | 2009 | ISBN: 1575865548 | 388 Pages | PDF | 13 MB

Can new technology enhance local, national, and global democracy? Online Deliberation is the first book that attempts to sample the full range of work on online deliberation, forging new connections between academic research, web designers, and practitioners.
Customizing the Microsoft .NET Framework Common Language Runtime by Steven Pratschner [Repost]

Customizing the Microsoft .NET Framework Common Language Runtime (Developer Reference) by Steven Pratschner
English | Feb 23, 2005 | ISBN: 0735619883 | 544 Pages | CHM | 6 MB

Packed with expert guidelines and advice, this is the advanced reference you need to customize common language runtime (CLR) applications now—and as you move to Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
Pro Dynamic .NET 4.0 Applications: Data-Driven Programming for the .NET Framework (repost)

Pro Dynamic .NET 4.0 Applications: Data-Driven Programming for the .NET Framework (Expert's Voice in .NET) by Carl Ganz
English | January 20, 2010 | ISBN: 143022519X | 264 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

As a developer you are likely painfully aware that not all features of an application can be anticipated when the software ships. In order to cope with these eventualities and save yourself time (and perhaps money), it makes sense to write your applications in such a way that end users can be made as independent of the developers as possible. Giving your users the power to make changes to the way the application operates once it has shipped gives them more control over the way the application works, while reducing the frequency with which you need to redistribute application files, creating a win-win situation.