Mike and Phani's Essential C++ Techniques

Author: Michael Hyman

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 240

View: 461

C++ is the language of choice for developing the most sophisticated Windows programs, but it is filled with hidden traps for the unwary. Mike Hyman and Phani Vaddadi's no-nonsense book helps C++ programmers avoid these traps by providing invaluable techniques gleaned from a combined 30 years of experience. In this book, you'll find a number of invaluable real-world tips and techniques that will help you improve your code and coding practices.

JSP Examples and Best Practices

Author: Andrew Patzer

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 336

View: 569

JSP Examples and Best Practices takes basic JSP and applies sound architectural principles and design patterns to give the average developer the tools to build scalable enterprise applications using JSP.

User Interfaces in C#

Windows Forms and Custom Controls

Author: Matthew MacDonald

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 624

View: 386

MacDonald goes beyond most other .NET books and shows how to design state-of-the-art application interfaces, concentrating on the C# language.

Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET

The Tutorials

Author: Karl Moore

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 600

View: 942

This is a quick and easy, and even fun, tutorial for beginner VB.NET programmers, especially those learning from scratch or moving from VB6.

Web Matrix Developer's Guide

Author: John Mueller

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 472

View: 376

Expert author John Mueller provides a complete view of Microsoft's free Web site creation program.

Unix Storage Management

Author: Ray A. Kampa

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 315

View: 405

This comprehensive guide to storage architectures and management covers the right amount of technical detail to be invaluable to any administrator of a corporate Unix system.

Bug Patterns in Java

Author: Eric Allen

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 264

View: 178

Bug Patterns in Java presents a methodology for diagnosing and debugging computer programs. The act of debugging will be presented as an ideal application of the scientific method. Skill in this area is entirely independent of other programming skills, such as designing for extensibility and reuse. Nevertheless, it is seldom taught explicitly. Eric Allen lays out a theory of debugging, and how it relates to the rest of the development cycle. In particular, he stresses the critical role of unit testing in effective debugging. At the same time, he argues that testing and debugging, while often conflated, are properly considered to be distinct tasks. Upon laying this groundwork, Allen then discusses various "bug patterns" (recurring relationships between signaled errors and underlying bugs in a program) that occur frequently in computer programs. For each pattern, the book discusses how to identify them, how to treat them, and how to prevent them. Table of Contents Agile Methods in a Chaotic Environment Bugs, Specifications, and Implementations Debugging and the Development Process Debugging and the Testing Process The Scientific Method of Debugging About the Bug Patterns The Rogue Tile Null Pointers Everywhere! The Dangling Composite The Null Flag The Double Descent The Liar View Saboteur Data The Broken Dispatch The Impostor Type The Split Cleaner The Fictitious Implementation The Orphaned Thread The Run-On Initialization Platform-Dependent Patterns A Diagnostic Checklist Design Patterns for Debugging References