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61: Perspective and adjust your system and business enterprises (Ⅳ: WebService, dotNET)
God stingy 2001-10-15 To the previous one so far, we have completed in the first (Analyzing, Requirement) said three of the second step in the process, which we can use to start a dotNET the WebService approach to re-consider the previous Authors W...

62: Perspective and adjust your system and business enterprises (Ⅴ: Solution, Architectures)
God stingy 2001-10-15 Well, I would like in this one after the end of the whole topic, it seems to be some of the conclusions, but each person may be faced with the specific situation is different, the environment is different, so it can only be re...

63: . net naming convention different from (to)
In your code below to use statements and notes should be named talking about a unified rule of thumb is a good habit, they make your code more generic. I (the author) has worked in Microsoft for nearly five years time. I do not know if you like me, ...

64: UML modeling tool Rational ® XDE ™ Professional specialized support VS.net.
http://www.rational.com/tryit/xde/seeit.jsp Evaluation version download, 78.1MB. ...

65: Future Duwamish 7 - Data Exchange (original)
Then swap out the article went on to say: Multi-layer structure of the key to the problem? - Data exchange <br> Actually, this is very common, that is, communication between the three levels which language (English is not it?). Before the Com...

66: Aspect-Oriented Programming Enables Better Code Encapsulation and Reuse (1)
SUMMARY Aspect-oriented Programming (AOP), a paradigm invented at Xerox PARC in the 1990s, lets the developer better separate tasks that should not be inextricably tangled, such as mathematical operations and exception handling. The AOP approach has...

67: Duwamish 7 Future
In fact, from a technical point of view Duwamish 7 and there is nothing special, the key is to Microsoft as a framework we have established. Is. Net offers many features, but how to be for our use. Before looking at Duwamish 7 also written some base...

68: The Road Ahead Duwamish 7 - System Architecture (original)
Business and operational rules of the appearance of doing? Duwamish 7 is divided into a two-tier business logic and business rules, business appearance, why should it be divided into two tiers? What they? Business Facade / / Fill in data for the ...

69: Aspect-Oriented Programming Enables Better Code Encapsulation and Reuse (2)
To wrap our target component for use by the client, we performed the following four steps: We created the actual component using the CLSID of the component passed to the moniker earlier in the metadata XML file. We created a DelegatorHook object f...

70: God of Gamblers Story (Revised papers)
The story is that the small corners of the stars want to go week to participate in the thirty-eighth sessioncompetition he had a magic weapon, that is, the supreme God of Gamblers God of Gamblers is the highest card in the political arena of a legen...

71: Demand for the practice of (1)
Demand for the practice of (1) Software and the demand for Lin Xing (iamlinx@21cn.com) October 2001 On software engineering in this new column, the author through a series of articles, combined with theoretical knowledge, practice cases, excelle...

72: Demand for the practice of (3)
Demand for the practice of (3) http://www-900.ibm.com/developerWorks/i/c.gif Customer Oriented, rather than the Program Oriented Lin Xing (iamlinx@21cn.com) October 2001 Software developers always puzzled why the software is obviously done in a...

73: Demand for the practice of (2)
Demand for the practice of (2) http://www-900.ibm.com/developerWorks/i/c.gif Capacity and process Lin Xing (iamlinx@21cn.com) November 2001 In this paper, as the demand for software engineering on the second column, the author will continue to ...

74: Demand for the practice of (4)
Demand for the practice of (4) http://www-900.ibm.com/developerWorks/i/c.gif Business modeling period (on) Lin Xing (iamlinx@21cn.com) November 2001 The demand for large-scale research carried out before an important work to do. The work share ...

75: Demand for the practice of (5) (Continued)
Demand for the practice of (5) Details of the demand period (under) And business modeling period is different, and I will not spend ink needs to be discussed how to do it, because the practice, the attention and business modeling period and there ...

76: Demand for the practice of (5) (I)
Demand for the practice of (5) Details of the demand period (on) The beginning of this article, we began to enter the details of the demand period. And business modeling software focusing on the period of different profiles, the details of the dem...

77: Demand for the practice of (4) under the
Demand for the practice of (4) http://www-900.ibm.com/developerWorks/i/c.gif Business modeling period (under) Lin Xing (iamlinx@21cn.com) November 2001 And on a different theory, this article focuses on more practical, given the business model ...

78: Abstract class and Interface
Abstract class and interface options designed to interface to function or abstract class (in Visual Basic for MustInherit category) is sometimes difficult. "Abstract class" is a must not be instantiated from the class inheritance. Abstract...

79: OO and its future on, and write really good!
Theme: OO, OO then, and the limit (on) [confidential] -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------ Size: 37,734 words from: tea-leaf eggs Hits: 10 Time: 2002-3-11 16:04:36 OO, OO then, and the limits of (1) ...

80: Another film: Genericity / STL Series (with discussions on the pan-shaped) 1
Hou Jie views (Series Book 2 / 2) 【Genericity / STL Series】 "Programmer" 2001.02 About the author: Hou Jie, a writer of computer technology in Taiwan, a fully translated commentary. Often amused the article, it seems that Kishiji. ...


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