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Chris Blexrud, MCSD, is a consultant for Born, a Microsoft Solution Provider. Chris's main areas of expertise are in Microsoft technologies such as ASP, VB, MSMQ, COM/DCOM, MTS, and COM+. When Chris is not developing business solutions, he enjoys snowmobiling and hunting in ...
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Chris Blexrud, MCSD, is a consultant for Born, a Microsoft Solution Provider. Chris's main areas of expertise are in Microsoft technologies such as ASP, VB, MSMQ, COM/DCOM, MTS, and COM+. When Chris is not developing business solutions, he enjoys snowmobiling and hunting in northern Minnesota and spending time with family and friends. Chris can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brad Sherrell is the manager of E-Business for the Life Division of Pacific Life Insurance Company. He is responsible for the development of Internet applications and specializes in applicaton architecture using Microsoft technologies.
Dino Esposito is a trainer and consultant based in Rome, Italy. He specializes in web and Windows development, and works for Infomedia Communications, writing and teaching seminars on Win32 programming, VB, and ASP.
Rockford Lhotka has over 10 years experience in software development. He worked in Pascal, FORTRAN and Basic on VAX/VMS computers for a number of years until Windows NT and Visual Basic 1.0 first became available. Rockford has worked on many projects in various roles, including software development and design, network administration, help desk management and project management.
Tim Huckaby is the Founder and President of InterKnowlogy. InterKnowlegy's core competency is with Internet commerce interchange, business Internet systems and multi-tiered application software design.
Matthew Borniker is an experienced professional VB developer currently working on large-scale commercial applications for clients.
Jason Hales, BSc is a freelance consultant based in Cambridgeshire, England. He has over 10 years commercial experience in software development focusing primarily on Microsoft development tools with a touch of Oracle. Prior to VB et all, he developed in PowerBuilder, C and Sybase on UNIX and is a great supporter of OO-based development. He is also President of The Digital Tier, a company formed in January 1995 to promote enterprise-wide scalable Windows and Internet development.
When he's not programming or writing articles, Jason can be found wind surfing (in the summer months only), studying New Scientist magazine or in the company of his family. His hobbies include weight lifting, cycling, listening to music and motor-sports. Jason can be contacted by e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This book is for professional programmers who are moving into Windows DNA 2000 development and who need a thorough overview of the technologies and how they interact.
Posted April 20, 2001
First of all, I'd like to congratulate the authors of this book for a job well done. If you want to get to know or understand better 'THE BIG PICTURE' of Windows DNA, I highly recommend this book. I love the way the authors explain things in that they relate it to real world scenarios. The case studies are well written as well. Two Thumbs Up for the Authors...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.