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Tech Tips, Tricks & Trivia

by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
An architect's notes, experiments, discoveries and annotated bookmarks.

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Free ebook: .NET Technology Guide for Business Applications

.NET Technology Guide for Business Applications is a  free ebook [link to PDF] from Microsoft Press
that does an excellent job of providing a high-level overview of architectures, technologies, patterns and approaches to use for building business applications.

It covers a huge breadth of topics and numerous keywords in about 70-pages. The content is well-presented with several illustrations and tables containing comparisons and reference links. Comparison tables like the one which lists 6 different Microsoft technologies (ASP.NET Web API, WCF, WCF Data Services, Workflow Services, SignalR, LightSwitch OData Services) to use for building services explaining when to use them and why, make this a great reference to consult.

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I learnt from this book that though Silverlight is no longer recommended by MS, it will be supported for 10 years. This way your existing investments are protected for a decent time.

It is particularly useful for aspiring architects and technical project managers who work with Microsoft technologies.

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