Learn how to create more dynamic user experiences and build secure web services using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), two of the foundational pillars of .NET 3.0, with this succinct and well-written PDF document.
Coauthored by best-selling author Jesse Liberty, this document gets right to the point helping you build a meaningful Windows application. It walks you through the terminology, concepts, and software you need to get started and then jumps to creating Me!Trade, a portfolio management tool.
As a bonus, this Short Cut also introduces two additional pillars of .NET 3.0: Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows Card Services.
Take the mystery out of .NET 3.0 and get started today.
Jesse Liberty is best selling author of 2 dozen books and dozens of articles, Microsoft MVP, programmer, internationally recognized presenter, lecturer, President of Liberty Associates, Inc, former VP Citibank, Distinguished Software Engineer AT&T, Senior Architect PBS Learning Link; listed on Wikipedia as .NET expert.
Alex Horovitz spent time at both NeXT Computer and Apple in the 1990s. Currently he provides software engineering leadership and programming to clients seeking to develop enterprise applications leveraging the Model-View-Controller design pattern and re-usable Frameworks.
Comments about oreilly Getting Started with .NET 3.0:
Start as any typical .Net book goes with the introduction to the .Net architecture and here we find more about .Net 3.0. It is illustrated using an application as an example. Focuses on the new features and some overview on XAML. It also includes information on WF,WCF,WPF.