Sebastopol, CA—Build the skills to apply Microsoft® .NET collections effectively with this new book from Microsoft Press: Developer's Guide to Collections in Microsoft® .NET ($34.99 USD). Put .NET collections to work—and manage issues with GUI data binding, threading, data querying, and storage.
Led by data collection expert Calvin Janes, you'll gain task-oriented guidance, exercises, and extensive code samples to tackle common problems and improve application performance. This one-stop reference is designed for experienced Microsoft Visual Basic® and C# developers—whether you're already using collections or just starting out.
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Developer's Guide to Collections in Microsoft® .NET
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Calvin Janes
Print ISBN: 9780735659278 Ebook ISBN: 9780735656833
Print Price: $34.99 Ebook Price: $23.99
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