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Dew Drop – September 28, 2012 (#1,411)

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Dew Drop – September 27, 2012 (#1,410)

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Win an eBook – Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices by Peter Ritchie

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The contest is valid for 7 days, and is open to everyone. Winners will be selected on the basis of their comment posted.

Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices is written by Peter Ritchie, the president of Peter Ritchie Inc. Software Consulting Co. a software consulting company.

This book covers all the essential areas of Visual Studio such as advanced C# syntax and asynchronous programming in C#. This book delves into step-by-step instructions that highlights various techniques to design multi-threaded, parallel and distributed systems, and learn better ways to develop web services with WCF and design automated tests.

Along with providing consolidated reference of varied practices and using tips and tricks to test complex systems, readers will also learn to understand proven ways of deploying software systems in windows and learn source code control.