Introducing book: Fast websites

Although I've decided to write a blog post about the key points of this book after finishing it But before that I want to tell you how I enjoy by reading this book in the way of coming back to home in taxi from my work place!

As every developer should know something about web site optimization, this book shares some good experiences on building fast web applications. there are dozens of techniques you can apply immediately to make your sites and applications faster.


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Introducing book: Pro 4.5 in C#

About two years ago, I read some chapters of Pro 3.5 (it was the second edition of the book). I remember that I didn't dig in some chapter like lifecycle and Context, Modules, Handlers, Caching, Managing paths, Configurations, …  but now as I really need to know what's exactly going on the behind of I've decided to read this book in detail. In my opinion it's necessary to every developer as it really convers more about and it's frameworks. 

This book is in my books queue and will start reading of... Continue

Introducing book: Pro .Net best Practices

Recently I've started reading this book, so I can't talk about it more as I've just read only first chapter. It seems to be a good experience, I think it's different and covers lots of best practices of real world issues on making software. If you take a look at its content you will find it convers C# constrains, Testing frameworks, Continues integration, Code analyses and … I don't advice you to purchase it because I haven't completely read it but you can do if you want in Continue

Introducing syncfusion books

Have you ever heard about syncfusion? It has lots of free resources on different kinds technologies and famous programming languages. I've read several books of this publication such as JavaScript, TypeScript, Knockoutjs, Unit test, jQuery and F#.

they are free and averaging around 100 pages. Most of the time you don't need to read a reference book about 1500 pages to learn somthing!  If you want to jump start over any programming language, framework or technology, trust to all of this publication's books. I've got all of the... Continue

Introducing book: Pro design patterns

Professional ASP.NET Design Patterns by Scott Millett is all about showing you how to use the power of design patterns and core design principles in real ASP.NET applications. The goal of this book is to educate developers on the fundamentals of object oriented programming, design patterns, principles, and methodologies. Each chapter contains an enterprise application in to show using patterns in real world applications. Design patterns and principles enable loosely coupled and highly cohesive code, which will improve your code’s readability, flexibility, and maintenance.... Continue

Introducing book: Patterns of enterprise application architecture

Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture by Martin Fowler is one the most famous book about the patterns and software architecture. I've read this book and it's still one the best source for me when I'm going to choose the best patterns and architecture for my solutions. It's a book for designing the multi-tiered object oriented platforms, such as java and Microsoft Dot Net. It's too important to design your application based on standard architectures and patterns.

If you want to be a real software architect I recommend to completely this book.... Continue

Introducing book: Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software

This book is available here to purchase, I've read this book only for once! As I'm really interested in to DDDesign, I'm planning to read it for several times. Just try to read this book and complete it! It's a little bit dry book but is the best resource for Domain Driven Design. it provides a broad framework for making design decisions and a technical vocabulary for discussing domain design. As you can see in amazon and, lots of heroes have been talked about this b... Continue