Description - Seeing Data by Rebecca M. Riordan
"Rebecca provides an invaluable resource to help developers focus on a commonly overlooked but vital part of an application the user experience." David Sceppa, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation "Rebecca Riordan takes UI programming and practices to new heights. She has gone byond simply explaining the theory behind UI programming practices, providing code samples that are practical, well-documented, and can be immediately incorporated into a development project." Wendy Chun, AVP/Product Development, Sungard Insurance Systems "Riordan has produced what is THE reference guide on user interface design in .NET. Serious developers and beginners alike will learn both design techniques that can put applications over the top and pitfalls to avoid." Kelly J. Martens, Manager, Information Systems and Development, JJ Koepsell Company Build outstanding user interfaces with .NET: principles, techniques, and code Nowadays, users and clients demand exceptionally usable software. But few developers are trained to create high-quality user interfaces, and few .NET books offer much help until now. In Seeing Data, Microsoft MVP Rebecca M. Riordan shows how to use .NETs advanced UI tools to
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(235mm x 178mm x mm)
Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
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Author Biography - Rebecca M. Riordan
Rebecca M. Riordan has more than fifteen years of experience designing and developing databases and other applications. She is a Microsoft MVP and a frequent speaker at conferences, including Microsoft TechEd. She is the author of many books, including Seeing Data: Designing User Interfaces for Database Systems Using .NET (Addison-Wesley, 2005). Her other highly respected books include Designing Relational Database Systems (1999), Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Programming Step by Step (2000), and ADO.NET Step by Step (2002), all published by Microsoft Press.