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  • Blog Post: Recommended Reading: Windows Mobile Data Synchronization with SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server Compact 3.1

    I recently finished reading Rob Tiffany 's newest book 'Windows Mobile Data Synchronization with SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server Compact 3.1 ' (special thanks to Rob for blogging about the process and the chapters). For anyone, like me, who attended MEDC 2007 and saw his SQL Merge Replication demo, this...
  • Blog Post: The Portable Old New Thing

    I know I'm a little late on this one... During the recent Seattle area snow event , I was able to get safely down my hill to pick up my copy of Raymond's book "The Old New Thing: Practical Development Throughout the Evolution of Windows" and get back up the hill to start reading. Having worked with Raymond...
  • Blog Post: Recommended Reading IV

    It's been a while since I last recommended a book ... in fact, it's been more than a year. There are a number of good books on how to write secure code, now there's one on how to make sure that developers have written secure software: Hunting Security Bugs (Microsoft Press, ISBN: 0-7356-2187) by Tom...
  • Blog Post: Recommended Reading III

    Today's recommended reading installment takes us back to 1993 and Steve Maguire's excellent book: Writing Solid Code (Microsoft Press, ISBN: 1-55615-551-4). This book contains an excellent collection of insights on how to make your code more robust and useful suggestions to help you find bugs faster...
  • Blog Post: Recommended Reading II

    Debugging is one of those aspects of software development where you can never have too many resources (books, hints, etc). One of the best resources that I have found is Debugging Applications for Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Windows by John Robbins (Microsoft Press, ISBN 0-7356-1536-5). Some...
  • Blog Post: Recommended Reading I

    I am often asked what technical books I have read and recommend. Today, I'm starting a series where I talk about some of my favorite technical books. When I discuss a book, I will try to provide at least the publisher and ISBN to make it easier for those interested to find a copy. First up is Applied...
  • Blog Post: Exciting news... New CLR book by Steven Pratschner (NetCF Program Manager)

    I just heard about (and got my hot little hands on a copy of) Steven Pratschner 's new book on the CLR ( Customizing the Microsoft .NET Framework Common Languate Runtime )! Steven is one of the program managers on the .NET Compact Framework team and an alumni of the .NET Framework team and has spent...
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