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This week, Reg associate IT-minds.com is offering 3 new books that have been written and reviewed by the principal authorities and pioneering developers of the Microsoft .NET technologies, including the Microsoft .NET development team and DevelopMentor.

Essential.NET provides everything developers need to take full advantage of the power of Microsoft .NET. This book describes, in depth, the glue of the .NET Framework: the Common Language Runtime (CLR). The authors explain the inner workings of the CLR - the rationale behind its design, the problems it solves, and the role of type in CLR programming - and show readers how to build better applications using the .NET Framework. Essential.NET is available to all Register readers at £26.59 - a saving of 30 per cent.

Other books in the new Microsoft .NET Development Series are Programming in the .NET Environment (available with 30 per cent discount at £24.49) and Pragmatic ADO.NET (30 per cent off at £21.69)

You can get the same 30 per cent discount on this week's other featured titles:

  • Migrating to .NET

  • IS-IS Deployment in IP Networks

  • XSL Formatting Objects Developers Handbook

  • Sun Certification Training Guide: Java 2 Enterprise Edition Web Component Developer

  • C++ Templates

  • Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering

  • Object Design:Roles, Responsibilities and Collaborations

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