I he title of this book may seem odd; you probably already know how to write code in .NET. But you can always benefit from knowing more. Coders, architects, and developers always strive to do their best, and if given the choice to do something correctly or incorrectly they will do it correctly. So why do we have so many bugs in our code? I could say, "Heck, it's all the managers making bonehead decisions." It would be a popular answer, but it would not be fair. We have bugs because humans and the communication between humans are imperfect. The other major reason why code has bugs is that people do not have the time or energy to pour resources into specific problems. When you are working on an application, you are confronted with thousands of specific problems, and you have to assign a priority. This is where this book is aimed. I take the time to investigate the specific problems and figure out how to solve them. Your responsibility is to read the solutions and implement them as appropriate.
Christian Gross is a consultant with vast experience in the client/server world. He has consulted for Microsoft on DNA solutions, and he has held consulting positions with Daimler Benz, Microsoft, NatWest, and other major corporations. Gross was a contributor to Professional Active Server Pages, Professional SQL Server 6.5 Administration, Professional NT Internet Information Server Administration, and Programming Microsoft Windows 2000 Unleashed. He is the author of A Programmer's Introduction to Windows DNA.
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