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.NET Technology Guide for Business Applications

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.NET Technology Guide for Business Applications

Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Number of pages: 70

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A comprehensive guide to .NET development technologies and application patterns. It details the available technologies for evolving and modernizing business applications that are core to the business and based on established patterns, as well as the newest technologies available for .NET to extend these core applications into emerging patterns for devices and services.

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