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.NET Patterns: Architecture, Design, and Process by Christian Thilmany

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The .NET Framework and a Distributed New World

With .NET and the world of Extensible Markup Language (XML) Web services, we have finally reached a point where it has become not only desirable to employ distributed applications but rather simple, as well. The allure of employing Web services in your design has now become irresistible. Web service consumers can now leverage both intranet and Internet-based Web service providers. No longer does each IT department require the need to reinvent the proverbial “custom software wheel.” Services can now be easily used instead of produced. However, this allure comes with some serious considerations. Not only do developers require another level of skillset to produce scalable applications, but the same ...

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