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Professional DotNetNuke 5

DotNetNuke creator Shaun Walker leads this superlative author team of MVPs while delivering the latest update of a bestseller. They offer complete coverage of the major revisions to DotNetNuke 5, such as more granular administration, widgets, XHTML compliance, improved social networking, workflow, and better content management. They thoroughly cover installing, configuring, administering, and developing modules for DotNetNuke. You?ll learn portal and host administration, configuration in a hosted environment, developing and working with modules, designing a DotNetNuke portal with skins, integrating workflow in DotNetNuke, using DotNetNuke social networking tools, and much more.


Oreilly C sharp Database Basics

When you finish this book, you should be able to do the following:
1. Create a Windows Forms Application with a datagrid
2. Connect to multiple data sources (Access and SQL Server)
3. Add, Edit, and Update database data with a source set at runtime
4. Connect to a datasource at design time that cannot be changed
5. Understand roles of DataTable, DataView, BindingSource, Filters, and other objects
6. Understand that where variables are declared impacts the code
7. Build a simple webservice that connects to a database


Author Name: Michael Schmalz

Publisher: O’Reilly

Oreilly 20 Recipes for Programming MVC 3

The goal of a Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework is to allow developers to easily separate their code in distinct aspects to simplify development tasks. The model layer allows us to integrate with data; usually a database table. The view layer allows us to represent our data in a visual fashion using a combination of HTML and CSS. The controller layer is the middleman between the model and view. The controller is used to retrieve data from a model and make that data available for a view.
The goal of this book is to provide web developers a cookbook of “recipes” that are required by many developers on a day-to-day basis. Each code sample contains a complete working example of how to implement authentication, email, AJAX, data validation, and many other examples. You will quickly find yourself referring to one of these samples for every website that you build.


Author Name: Jamie Munro

Publisher: O’Reilly


ADO.NET is the data access component of Microsoft’s new .NET Framework. Microsoft bills ADO.NET as “an evolutionary improvement” over previous versions of ADO, a claim that has been hotly debated since its announcement. It is certainly true that the ADO.NET object model bears very little relationship to earlier versions of ADO.
In fact, whether you decide to love it or hate it, one fact about the .NET Framework seems undeniable: it levels the playing ground. Whether you’ve been at this computer
game longer than you care to talk about or you’re still sorting out your heaps and stacks, learning the .NET Framework will require a major investment. We’re all beginners now.

So welcome to Microsoft ADO.NET Step by Step. Through the exercises in this book, I will introduce you to the ADO.NET object model, and you’ll learn how to use that model in developing data-bound Windows Forms and Web Forms. In later topics, we’ll look at how ADO.NET interacts with XML and how to access older versions of ADO from the .NET environment.


Author Name: Rebecca M. Riordan

Publisher: Microsoft Press

Understanding .NET

Microsoft’s .NET is revolutionizing Windows-based software development. Since its initial release in 2002, .NET has changed significantly, becoming the foundation for a new generation of Windows applications. The .NET Framework and Visual Studio, the two core aspects of this initiative, provide a multilanguage environment in which developers can create Web services, graphical user interfaces, and other kinds of applications. Taken as a whole, the .NET technologies have changed the way nearly every Windows application is built.
Now fully updated for version 2.0 of the .NET Framework and Visual Basic 2005, Understanding .NET, Second Edition, is a concise guide to the landscape of Windows development. Margin notes, detailed diagrams, and lucid writing make this book easy to read and navigate, while analysis sections explore controversial issues and address common concerns. David Chappell’s independent perspective and straightforward descriptions clarify both how the .NET technologies work and how they can be used.


Author Name: David Chappell

Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional


ODP.NET Developer’s Guide Oracle Database 10g

A practical guide for developers working with the Oracle Data Provider for .NET and the Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2005. The book is written for professional .NET developers who need to work with and take full advantage of Oracle Database 10g using Visual Studio 2005. Developers are expected to be familiar with Visual Basic.NET 2005 and have minimum knowledge of Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.
* Application development with ODP.NET
* Dealing with XML DB using ODP.NET
* Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET


Author Name: Jagadish Chatarji Pulakhandam, Sunitha Paruchuri

Publisher: PACKT publishing


Pro ASP.NET SharePoint 2010 Solutions: Techniques for Building SharePoint Functionality into ASP.NET Applications

You’ve run into this issue numerous times. You are developing an ASP.NET application, and you need to incorporate functionality that comes pre-packaged in SharePoint. Wikis, blogs, document management, user authentication, access management—common needs across a variety of solutions.

Without guidance and examples, interacting with underlying SharePoint components can be challenging, and working with the different SharePoint APIs is complicated. This book will introduce you to a variety of techniques to master the art of developing ASP.NET applications that are built upon a SharePoint foundation. With these techniques you can start using SharePoint as a development platform to enhance and complement your ASP.NET development.


Author Name: Dave Milner

Publisher: Apress



Ace your preparation for the skills measured by MCTS Exam 70-561—and on the job. Work at your own pace through a series of lessons and reviews that fully cover each exam objective. Then, reinforce and apply what you’ve learned through real-world case scenarios and practice exercises. This official Microsoft study guide is designed to help you make the most of your study time.
Maximize your performance on the exam by learning to:

  • Connect to data sources; query and retrieve data
  • Manage data integrity and transactions
  • Use LINQ to query data across types, including XML
  • Work with DataSets and in-memory stores
  • Synchronize data—including smart-caching strategies
  • Generate an EDM using the Entity Framework
  • Use ADO.NET Data Services for Internet applications


Author Name: shawn wildermuth, jim wigtman, mark blomsma

Publisher: Microsoft Press


Apress Pro VB 2008 and the .NET 3.5 Platform

In this book, youll learn how ASP.NET 2.0 really works. Youll also dig into advanced topics that other ASP.NET books leave out, like custom control creation, image handling, and encryption.


Author Name: Andrew Troelsen

Publisher: Apress


Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 Step by Step

Visual Basic 2008 is a development tool that you can use to build software applications that perform useful work and look great within a variety of settings. Using Visual Basic 2008, you can create applications for the Windows operating system, the Web, hand-held devices, and a host of other environments and settings. The most important advantage of Visual Basic is that it has been designed to increase productivity in your daily development work—especially if you need to use information in databases or create solutions for the Internet—but an important additional benefi t is that once you become comfortable with the development environment in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, you can use the same tools to write programs for Microsoft Visual C++ 2008, Microsoft Visual C# 2008, Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2008, and other third-party tools and compilers.


Author Name: michael Halvorson

Publisher: Microsoft Press


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