Enterprise Solution Patterns Using Microsoft .Net
by Microsoft Corporation
Publisher: Microsoft Press 2003
Number of pages: 367
Enterprise Solution Patterns Using Microsoft .NET embraces existing work in the patterns community, contributes new patterns, and shows how to implement these patterns in .NET. Included in the guide are an introduction to patterns and a catalog of 32 architecture, design, and implementation patterns. This guide introduces patterns and then presents them in a repository, or catalog, organized to help you locate the right combination of patterns that solve your problem.
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