Bertrand Meyer's .NET Training Course

Bertrand Meyer's .NET Training Course

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Microsoft's .NET initiative is a revolutionary multi-language platform integrating all aspects of application development and closely integrating the web at every step. Meyer presents a complete introduction for developers, programmers, and IT managers who need to understand how .NET will impact enterprise computing and their company. This Video Course will feature 6 hours of video lectures in QuickTime format on a CD, integrated with a workbook, interactive review questions, and online more

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  • Video | 1 pages
  • 185 x 242 x 70mm | 636g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Beil.: Benutzerhandbuch.
  • 0130331155
  • 9780130331151

About Bertrand Meyer

Dr. Bertrand Meyer is one of the pioneers of modern software and object technology. He is the creator of the Eiffel programming language and the author of Object-Oriented Software Construction. He has been working with Microsoft's .NET platform and development team for more than a year prior to .NET's official release, culminating in a joint appearance with Bill Gates at the Microsoft Professional Development Conference where .NET was more

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"Meyer covers key .Net enabling technologies such as objects, the C language, ASP+ and SOAP." Computer consultant, August 2001 In this Video Course, Bertrand Meyer delivers the finest complete overview of .Net technology for decision-makers and technical professionals.Computer Appointments, August 2001show more

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