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EBook Description: My work at Microsoft gave me the unique experience of working on large software projects and applying and developing state of the art design and programming methodologies. Of course, there are plenty of books on the market that talk about design, programming paradigms, languages, etc. Unfortunately most of them are either written in a dry academic style and are quite obsolete, or they are hastily put together to catch the latest vogue. There is a glut of books teaching programming in C, C++ and, more recently, in Java. They teach the language, all right, but rarely do they teach programming.


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