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Description - Network Programming in .NET by Fiach Reid

The purpose of this book is to provide tools to design and implement network-orientated applications in .NET. It is also a guide for software designers to choose the best and most efficient way to implement mission critical solutions. The book addresses real-world issues facing professional developers, such as using third-party components as opposed in-house development. It differentiates itself from existing .NET publications because it is aimed at experienced professionals and concentrates on practical, ready-to-use information. The book is written in two languages C# and VB.NET, and covers never-before published information on Telephony in .NET and packet-level networking. This is the second book in the Digital Press Software Development Series.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781555583156
ISBN-10: 1555583156
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 190mm x 29mm)
Pages: 541
Imprint: Digital Press
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Publish Date: 1-May-2004
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Fiach Reid

Fiach Reid is a graduate of the University of Ulster (Ireland) with an honours degree in Electronics and Computing. Among other qualifications, the author is Microsoft certified in SQL Server, and has a Diploma in Industrial Studies. Since the release of .NET in November 2000, he has developed flagship .NET solutions for various companies including Kainos Software, Eyespyfx and Cheapflights International. The author is currently a Director of the software consultancy firm,