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New .NET Coding Standards Book Released!

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About three weeks ago I released the first .NET coding standards book titled
"VSDN Tips & Tricks .NET Coding Standards". Here is what the famous author/
speaker Deborah Kurata says about it:

"David McCarter once again demonstrates his knack for pulling best practices
into one cohesive unit with his new book "VSDN Tips and Tricks: .NET Coding
Standards". This book includes everything from how to set up your project to
how to declare variables to how to use exception handling. It is a great
place to start to build your own set of coding standards."

Pick up your very own copy today at a low introductory price of only $9.99
by going to: http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips

=====================
David McCarter
www.vsdntips.com
Jul 21 '05 #1
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"dotNetDave" <do********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AE**********************************@microsof t.com...
About three weeks ago I released the first .NET coding standards book
titled
"VSDN Tips & Tricks .NET Coding Standards". Here is what the famous
author/
speaker Deborah Kurata says about it:

"David McCarter once again demonstrates his knack for pulling best
practices
into one cohesive unit with his new book "VSDN Tips and Tricks: .NET
Coding
Standards". This book includes everything from how to set up your project
to
how to declare variables to how to use exception handling. It is a great
place to start to build your own set of coding standards."

Pick up your very own copy today at a low introductory price of only $9.99
by going to: http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips

=====================
David McCarter
www.vsdntips.com


What's the ISBN? Can't find it on the web page.
Jul 21 '05 #2

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I self-published it, no ISBN. It's at the top of the web page when you go to
the link above, or you can go to it directly by going to:

http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips.20412485
"Peter van der Goes" wrote:

"dotNetDave" <do********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AE**********************************@microsof t.com...
About three weeks ago I released the first .NET coding standards book
titled
"VSDN Tips & Tricks .NET Coding Standards". Here is what the famous
author/
speaker Deborah Kurata says about it:

"David McCarter once again demonstrates his knack for pulling best
practices
into one cohesive unit with his new book "VSDN Tips and Tricks: .NET
Coding
Standards". This book includes everything from how to set up your project
to
how to declare variables to how to use exception handling. It is a great
place to start to build your own set of coding standards."

Pick up your very own copy today at a low introductory price of only $9.99
by going to: http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips

=====================
David McCarter
www.vsdntips.com


What's the ISBN? Can't find it on the web page.

Jul 21 '05 #3

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In which case I wish you the best of luck. What would you say sets it apart
from other books in the field. 57 pages doesn't seem like very much, but I'd
rather have something concise and useful, than something bulky which still
doesn't contain very much.
--
Kenneth Bohman
"dotNetDave" wrote:
I self-published it, no ISBN. It's at the top of the web page when you go to
the link above, or you can go to it directly by going to:

http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips.20412485
"Peter van der Goes" wrote:

"dotNetDave" <do********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AE**********************************@microsof t.com...
About three weeks ago I released the first .NET coding standards book
titled
"VSDN Tips & Tricks .NET Coding Standards". Here is what the famous
author/
speaker Deborah Kurata says about it:

"David McCarter once again demonstrates his knack for pulling best
practices
into one cohesive unit with his new book "VSDN Tips and Tricks: .NET
Coding
Standards". This book includes everything from how to set up your project
to
how to declare variables to how to use exception handling. It is a great
place to start to build your own set of coding standards."

Pick up your very own copy today at a low introductory price of only $9.99
by going to: http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips

=====================
David McCarter
www.vsdntips.com


What's the ISBN? Can't find it on the web page.

Jul 21 '05 #4

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Well as far as I am aware, this is the first .NET Coding Standards book. Sure
there are blogs, web sites that talk about it, but none in as much detail as
my book does. Also I show examples of just about everything in C# and VB.NET.
Here is what the speaker, author Deborah Kurata says about my book:

"David McCarter once again demonstrates his knack for pulling best practices
into one cohesive unit with his new book "VSDN Tips and Tricks: .NET Coding
Standards". This book includes everything from how to set up your project to
how to declare variables to how to use exception handling. It is a great
place to start to build your own set of coding standards."

If you have any more questions, please let me know.

David

"KennethBohman" wrote:
In which case I wish you the best of luck. What would you say sets it apart
from other books in the field. 57 pages doesn't seem like very much, but I'd
rather have something concise and useful, than something bulky which still
doesn't contain very much.
--
Kenneth Bohman
"dotNetDave" wrote:
I self-published it, no ISBN. It's at the top of the web page when you go to
the link above, or you can go to it directly by going to:

http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips.20412485
"Peter van der Goes" wrote:

"dotNetDave" <do********@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AE**********************************@microsof t.com...
> About three weeks ago I released the first .NET coding standards book
> titled
> "VSDN Tips & Tricks .NET Coding Standards". Here is what the famous
> author/
> speaker Deborah Kurata says about it:
>
> "David McCarter once again demonstrates his knack for pulling best
> practices
> into one cohesive unit with his new book "VSDN Tips and Tricks: .NET
> Coding
> Standards". This book includes everything from how to set up your project
> to
> how to declare variables to how to use exception handling. It is a great
> place to start to build your own set of coding standards."
>
> Pick up your very own copy today at a low introductory price of only $9.99
> by going to: http://www.cafepress.com/vsdntips
>
> =====================
> David McCarter
> www.vsdntips.com

What's the ISBN? Can't find it on the web page.

Jul 22 '05 #5

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