Media praise for .NET Gotchas

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".NET Gotchas is one of those books that points out the subtle details of the .NET framework that you may have missed when reading the product documentation. Not only are pitfalls and best practices exposed, but the author's treatment of the framework "gotchas" proves to be, at times, a pragmatic look at object oriented programming...I believe that having this reference on hand will save most developers a lot of grief and trips to the message boards for assistance."
-- Blair Kennedy, Amazon.com

"Are you among the many programmers who have come to appreciate how powerful Microsoft's .NET Framework can be as a platform for development? If you have, this book is for you! Author Venkat Subramaniam, has done an outstanding job of writing a great book that shares his .NET experiences with developers, to help them avoid the gotchas! ...the author has done an excellent job of writing a book that focuses on the .NET Framework and language features that have consistently exhibited behavior that is not obvious to the programmer."
-- John Vacca, "Tech Write Independent Reviewer", Amazon.com

"The book contains fascinating discussions on a myriad of topics…It is well worth reading especially if you have encountered the same gotchas and could not discover a way to solve them."
--Steven Mandel, .NET Developer's Journal, April 2006

"All in all, it's one of those books you won't just purchase and sit down and read for the heck of it. Rather, it's one of the books you purchase and yank off the shelf when you find yourself doing some .NET programming and find yourself scratching your head trying to avoid a pitfall."
--Robert L. Stinnett, Amazon.com review, June 2005


".NET Gotchas is one of those books that points out the subtle details of the .NET framework that you may have missed when reading the product documentation."
--Blair Kennedy, Amazon.com