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<pre>Author/s : Rebecca M. Riordan
Publisher : Addison-Wesley
Category : C# and .NET
Review by : Eric Pascarello
Rating : 9 horseshoes
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Seeing Data: Designing User Interfaces for Database Systems Using .NET is a must-have if you are having trouble implementing a User Interface (UI) for your application. Riordan explains in great detail all of the major aspects of UI programming, from the basics of what fonts and colors to use, to handling data.

Riordan discusses Windows forms development in her examples. I personally do not use Windows forms, but after reading Riordan's book, I found the concepts to be extremely useful. I plan on applying the core principles that this book expresses to increase the usability of my applications.


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