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DEITEL™ Developer Series Launched August 2002 with Six New Titles

The DEITEL™ Developer Series is designed for practicing programmers. The series presents focused treatments of emerging technologies, including .NET, J2EE, Web services and more. Each book in the series contains the same LIVE-CODE teaching methodology used so successfully in our How to Program Series college textbooks. The series includes a wide selection of books suitable for three types of readers:

A Technical Introduction Broad overview of new technologies for programmers, technical managers and other technical professionals
A Programmer's Introduction Focused treatments of programming fundamentals for practicing programmers and for novices
For Experienced Programmers Written for programmers with experience in other high-level languages who want to learn a new programming language through the intermediate level. These books contain condensed introductions to language fundamentals that are designed to get experienced programmers up to speed quickly.

Java™ Web Services for Experienced Programmers

Java™ Web Services for Experienced Programmers

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ISBN: 0-13-046134-2
Pages: 724

Java Web Services for Experienced Programmers

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This book is written for Java programmers who want to learn Java Web Services through the intermediate level.

If you already own our Advanced Java 2 Platform How to Program, 1/e or Java How to Program, 4/e, Java Web Services for Experienced Programmers may be of interest to you as a supplement publication to learn one of the hottest topics in industry, Java Web Services.

Article: Java Web Services with JAX-RPC (Part 2 of 2)

The Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Calls (JAX-RPC) provides a clean API for building standards-based Web services and clients. The second article in our two-part series shows how to implement a Web services client using JAX-RPC. [Note: The first article in this series is available in our article archive at www.deitel.com/newsletter/backissues.html.

Visual Basic® .NET for Experienced Programmers

Visual Basic® .NET for Experienced Programmers

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ISBN: 0-13-046131-8
Pages: 1192

Visual Basic .NET for Experienced Programmers

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This book is written for programmers with backgrounds in C++, Visual Basic 6, Java or other high-level languages, who want to learn Visual Basic .NET through the intermediate level.

PLEASE NOTE: If you already own Visual Basic® .NET How To Program, 2/e, you should not purchase this book. However, you may be interested in ASP .NET with Visual Basic® .NET for Experienced Programmers, which will be published in Spring 2003. Students should not purchase Visual Basic® .NET for Experienced Programmers. Instead, students should purchase Visual Basic .NET How To Program, 2/e, as it contains self-review exercises and other ancillary materials suitable for self-study and classroom use. We also recommend that everyone consider The Complete Visual Basic .NET Training Course, which includes Visual Basic .NET How to Program, 2/e and the Visual Basic .NET Cyber Classroom--an interactive, multimedia, Windows-based CD-ROM. The Complete Training Course offers a great value and provides a powerful learning tool for readers who want to pursue Visual Basic .NET programming through the intermediate level.

Article: Using Web Forms and Web Services in Visual Basic®.NET

This article shows you how to create a Web service that accesses a database, and a Web-service client that is also an ASP .NET application. Readers should be familiar with Visual Basic .NET syntax, as well as objects, classes, modules, GUI development and Web development.

C# for Experienced Programmers

C# for Experienced Programmers

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ISBN: 0-13-046133-4
Pages: 1382

C# for Experienced Programmers

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This book is written for programmers with backgrounds in C++, Visual Basic, Java or other high-level languages, who want to learn C# through the intermediate level.

PLEASE NOTE: If you already own C# How To Program, you should not purchase C# for Experienced Programmers. However, you may be interested in ASP .NET with C# for Experienced Programmers, which will be published in Summer 2003. Students should not purchase C# A Programmer's Introduction. Instead, students should purchase C# How To Program, as it contains self-review exercises and other ancillary materials suitable for self-study and classroom use. We also recommend that everyone consider The Complete C# Training Course, which includes C# How to Program and the C# Cyber Classroom--an interactive, multimedia, Windows-based CD-ROM. The Complete Training Course offers a great value and provides a powerful learning tool for readers who want to pursue C# programming through the intermediate level.

Article: An Introduction to Networking in C#

This article introduces .NET's networking capabilities and provides an example of a server and client interacting to form a simple instant messenger program. Readers should be familiar with C# syntax, as well as objects, classes, modules, GUI development and multithreading.

C# A Programmer's Introduction

C# A Programmer's Introduction

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ISBN: 0130461334
Pages: 1382

 

C# A Programmer's Introduction

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This book is written for professionals with little or no programming background who want an introduction to C# programming.

PLEASE NOTE: If you already own C# How To Program, 1/e, you should not purchase C# A Programmer's Introduction. Students should not purchase C# A Programmer's Introduction. Instead, students should purchase C# How To Program, as it contains self-review exercises and other ancillary materials suitable for self-study and classroom use. We also recommend that everyone consider The Complete C# Training Course,  which includes C# How to Program, and the C# Cyber Classroom--an interactive, multimedia, Windows-based CD-ROM. The Complete Training Course offers a great value and provides a powerful learning tool for readers who want to pursue C# programming through the intermediate level.

Article: Introducing C#'s checked and unchecked Operators

In .NET, the primitive data types are stored in fixed-size amounts of memory. Some calculations result in values that are too large to be stored in these fixed-size locations—a problem known as overflow. This article introduces C#'s checked and unchecked operators, which control how overflow is handled in a C# application. This article provides an example of handling overflow using these operators. Readers should be familiar with C# syntax, as well as objects, classes, modules and basic exception handling.

Web Services A Technical Introduction

Web Services A Technical Introduction

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ISBN: 0130461350
Pages: 494

Web Services A Technical Introduction

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This book is written for IT managers, software developers and business professionals that want to learn the business and technology of Web services. If you are a Java programmer and you are interested in developing Web services, you may be interested in our book Java™ Web Services for Experienced Programmers. Alternatively, if you are a .NET programmer, you may be interested in our upcoming books ASP .NET with Visual Basic® .NET for Experienced Programmers, coming in Spring 2003 and ASP .NET with C# for Experienced Programmers, coming in Summer 2003.

Article: An Introduction to UDDI

This article introduces the role Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) plays in Web services interactions and examines the UDDI information model. UDDI publishing and inquiry APIs also are introduced. Readers should be familiar with the concept of Web services and with XML.

Article: An Introduction to .NET Web Services

This article discusses the basics of creating a Web service using ASP .NET, the files that compose a Web service and Web service clients. The article examines .disco and .vdisco files, which allow developers to discover a published Web service. The article also illustrates an example of an ASMX file and a service description that Visual Studio .NET generates for a Web service. Readers should have previous knowledge of basic ASP .NET programming.

Visual C++® .NET, A Managed Code Approach for Experienced Programmers

Visual C++® .NET, A Managed Code Approach for Experienced Programmers

ISBN: 013045821X
Pages: 1500

Coming Late Fall 2002

Visual C++ .NET A Managed Code Approach for Experienced Programmers

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This book is written for programmers with backgrounds in C++, Visual Basic 6, Java or other high-level languages, who want to learn Visual C++ .NET through the intermediate level.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are a student or novice programmer, you should purchase our book Visual C++®.NET How To Program, as it contains introductory material as well as self-review exercises and other ancillary materials suitable for self-study and classroom use. This book will be published later this fall.

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The next issue of the DEITEL™ Buzz Online will include articles and product information on two of our fall 2002 publications—Java How to Program, 5/e (the latest revision of our best-selling Java textbook) and the first publication in our new Simply... Series entitled Simply Visual Basic .NET. We will also include information our corporate training programs, 2003 publishing plans, challenges, anecdotes and more.

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