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This review is from: Expert One on One Visual Basic .NET Business Objects (Paperback)
This book uses an organized and interesting approach to the design of business objects using VB.Net. Many of those concepts are not exclusive of VB or .Net, of course.
Nevertheless, the way the concepts are introduced, always relating to the framework the author has developed, are too practical and the author's design choices for his framework seem to be the justification for the concepts rather than the other way arround.
Overall, you can pick a lot of good info and best practices from this book, but I prefer a more theoretical approach rather than the explanation of the design choices of a particular project.