This series covers how to break down a case study to expose pertinent facts, create meaningful requirements and specifications for a solution, and develop a .NET solution architecture that is secure and stable. It teaches the development of a solid database model, including normalization, relationships, and Object Role Modeling (ORM). It also covers the tradeoffs between a Windows application, a Web application, and a Web Service-based application.
This series is for anyone who wants an introduction to Microsoft .NET solution architectures.
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