Developing for the Enterprise

An Introduction to Distributed, Asynchronous, and Concurrent Application Models
  • Chris Richardson


In planning the topic lineup for this chapter, I stopped and thought. The realization that this would be the last chapter in the book weighed heavily on my mind. For a moment, I reflected on the subject matter covered in the previous 19 chapters.1 I thought about the humble retraining prerequisites chapters and the subsequent foundational .NET and Visual Studio .NET (VS .NET) chapters. This reminded me of the chapters that followed, in which you were finally able to dive into .NET Windows and Web development and supporting technologies such as ADO.NET and XML. Wow—you have come a long way.


Application Domain Sample Application Message Queuing Sample Project Work Thread 
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