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

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Win A free copy of the ‘Visual Studio 2010 best practices’, just by commenting!

For the contest we have two eBook copies of Visual Studio 2010 Best Practicesto be given away to two lucky winners.

How you can win:

To win your copy of this book, all you need to do is come up with a comment below highlighting the reason “why you would like to win this book”.

Duration of the contest & selection of winners:

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.


0 thoughts on “Win an eBook – Visual Studio 2010 Best Practices by Peter Ritchie

  • I’ve been developing software for more than 12 years. The one overriding theme to my career has been my search for the best (or just better if I can’t find the one “best”) way to do things. I read blogs, I help lead a .NET User Group and I’ve spoken in front of other user groups, code camps, and at a regional conference.

    In my current position I’m the sole .NET developer for a medium-sized company that, heretofore, has done everything in Microsoft Access. I NEED to find the absolute best ways of doing things since I’m going to be maintaining ALL the applications for a company of 200 employees that does $40 +/- million in annual revenues!

  • I’m not sure if this book will be enough to help poor Perry. Maintaining all these Access apps for over 200 people sounds like a challenge. We only have 15 people and about 100 freelancers. But three developers. So we do actually have a real chance to write great apps. We’re just started to write all new code with VS 2012, MVC4 and the Web API. A book like this would surely help us to jump into this new world.
    And you would have some fans from Switzerland on top of it.

  • I would like to win this book because my current position is .NET programming with Visual Studio 2010 and VB.NET and am always looking to improve my programming techniques and/or toolsets.

  • I’m still working in Visual Studio 2003 on a daily basis and only get to use VS 2010 and 2012 on occasion.
    This book will show me all that I’m missing out on, like rubbing salt into open wounds 🙂

  • Hi Avlin,

    I have been a fan of implementing best practice for everything from the visual studio settings to code to serve settings. So I think this book will definitely help me in future.


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