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Building Client / Server Applications with VB .NET: An Example-Driven Approach Paperback – 1 Apr 2003
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From the reviews:
"Oh no, not another book on client/server! But this one is different. … Starting from the theoretical beginnings, it describes how to set up the IIS web server and what exactly it is you are trying to achieve. … A good book if you want a real example of Client/Server architecture in action." (Ian Elliot, VSJ – Visual Systems Journal, May, 2004)
About the Author
Jeff Levinson is a solution design and integration architect for The Boeing Company. He is the author of Building Client/Server Applications with VB .NET: An Example-Driven Approach (Apress 2003) and has written several articles for Visual Studio Magazine. He speaks at various Microsoft user groups and was a speaker at Microsoft's DevDays 2004. Jeff holds the following certifications: MCSD, MCAD, MCSD.NET, MCDBA, SCJP, and Security+. He earned his master's degree in software engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. He and his wife, Tami, live in Redmond, Washington. He enjoys golfing, reading, running, and spending time with his wife.
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on 26 November 2004
This book ranks as one of the best books i've read on programming in 20+ years of IT. It takes you through a multi-tier object development using remoting, stage by stage. Shows how to build your foundations and classes, your Data Access layer, Business Objects layer and then common forms & functionality and then inherit them and brings in the world of webservices. A business object layer, with exception handling is good and give you great ideas and practical ways to apply the techniques in commerical software. This is especially useful for beginners of VB.NET Client/Server development who want to see how's it done and experienced coders alike. An Excellent Book
on 4 December 2014
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A really good way to learn. Very clear explanation along the way. A fun journey.
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