Quench your thirst for .NET best practices

If you and your development team want to take the next step re: .NET best practices, I can think of no better place to start than Pro .NET Best Practices. The author’s a Caltech engineering grad with many large-scale, mission-critical, “if I tell you I’ll have to kill you” projects under his belt. However, he’s also had to deliver in lean, mean startup environments. What you’ll get is a no-nonsense and actionable reference. Oh, and yes, he knows a bit about project management.

Just don’t hold the fact that he’s my brother against him! Congrats, Stephen!

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One Response

  1. Thanks. FYI, I wrote a blog post to clarify why it is that I wrote a book on .NET best practices: http://ruthlesslyhelpful.net/2011/12/10/why-a-book-on-net-best-practices/

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