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June 10, 2004

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Anonymous

I was just wondering what would be some good .net books to read. Thanks for the well thought out list.

Warren

Great books, man. Thanks a lot for adding to my reading list.

Stefan Chis

I'm a java guy, so I don't know about the .NET books you're recommending (perhaps I should pick one to study). The books on design are solid. To your list I would add "Agile Software Development" by Robert Martin. Title is a litle bit misleading. It's about OO design, patterns and unit testing.

causticPhil

stefan: i've heard a great deal about robert's book, and i've seen it around...maybe it's about time i pick it up. thanks for the tip...

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