This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
======================= MANNING PRESS RELEASE ======================= Manning Publications announces the release of: Windows Forms Programming with C# Greenwich, Connecticut, April 2002 -- In the .NET environment, GUI elements like menus, buttons, lists, trees, and of course the window itself, are created and deployed using the new Windows Forms framework. Windows Forms is an object-oriented set of classes that offers an effective, modern programming environment for rich Windows applications development. Windows Forms Programming with C# covers fundamentals like labels, menus, buttons, as well as advanced concepts like owner-drawn lists, explorer-style interfaces, customized data binding, etc. The author uses many examples that gradually build into a common theme. He shows how to implement, among other things: reusable libraries, auto-filled combo boxes, keyboard and mouse processing, printing and print previewing, and embedded web browsers. The book is intended for beginner and intermediate programmers eager to get their hands dirty. Appendices include a 30-page reference to the C# language and a handy visual index of the Windows Forms classes. About the Author Erik Brown is a mathematician and a 12-year veteran of three startup companies, all successful. He is a consultant in Windows-based applications and data-driven interfaces. Erik lives in northern Virginia with his wife and two daughters. About Manning Publications Co. The recent launch of the Microsoft .NET platform has created a need for straightforward instruction in the core skills required to learn .NET quickly. Manning, known in the publishing industry for in-depth books written in a clear style and without the fluff, fills this need with its new series of .NET titles. Windows Forms Programming with C# joins Microsoft .NET for Programmers (January 2002) on retail store shelves in April 2002. Other forthcoming Manning .NET books include ADO.NET Programming, .NET Security, .NET Remoting, .NET Multithreading, ASP.NET Custom Controls, And Developing .NET Web Services. Manning supports its launch into the .NET arena by building a content-rich website, Manning's Dot Net Corner (www.manning.com/dotnetbooks/), filled with articles and direct online access to their .NET authors including those of the forthcoming .NET books. Windows Forms Programming with C# By Erik Brown (ISBN 1930110-286) Available in: Softbound Print Edition, 752 pages, $49.95 and Ebook Edition, 1.5 MB pdf, $13.50. Publicity Contact: Helen Trimes email@example.com Manning Publications Co. ~ 209 Bruce Park Avenue ~ Greenwich, CT 06830
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