Codeguru Update eNewsletter – August 5th, 2008






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Tuesday August 5, 2008

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Comments from the Editor

This past week-end I was clearing out a
number of books that I’ve collected over the year. I actually came across
a box with a couple of Codeguru Goodies books. This is a book that was
published in 2003 using the article on Codeguru.com. You can still buy the
book from Amazon at http://books.internet.com/books/0789727773. At this time,
however, the book is more of a novelty since its content is pretty much
dated.

Of course, I have no need for the books, so I’ll give them away! There
are only a couple of copies, so in order to be fair, I’ll give them to the
first people to respond in this thread. When you reply, say “I read the newsletter,
and I want mine!” I’ll give copies to the first few people to post. Once
they are gone, they are gone. There are only a couple, so post now if you
are interested!

Until next week…

Brad!
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Bradley L. Jones
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Recently Published Books

For those of you keeping up by reading
books. The following are just a few of the new books that have been
recently released. If you’ve read any of these, feel free to write a
review to be posted on CodeGuru. See the submission
guidelines
.


Agile
Portfolio Management Best Practices

By Jochen Krebs for Microsoft Press
220
pages for $34.99


Pro
LINQ Object Relational Mapping with C# 2008

By Vijay P. Mehta for Apress
400 pages
for $49.99


SQL
Server 2008 Transact-SQL Recipes

By Joseph Sack for Apress
850 pages for
$59.99


New & Updated Articles on CodeGuru

Following are short descriptions of new
articles on CodeGuru. If you are interested in submitting your own article
for inclusion on the site, then you will find guidelines here.


Creating
a Service with Windows Communication Foundation and LINQ to
SQL

By Paul
Kimmel
The .NET framework is full of small, discrete, and useful
classes and big chunky bits. When you start combining the chunky bits,
like LINQ to SQL and Windows Communication Foundation, things get
interesting real fast.


32
OpenMP Traps for C++ Developers

By Andrey Karpov
Pursue a description of
a number of parallel code errors that lead to incorrect behavior of
parallel programs created with OpenMP.


Developing
a Multi-Select ComboBox and TreeView ComboBox for Windows
Applications

By
Rahil Jan Muhammad
Learn to develop a multi-select and tree view combo
box. Then, create your own custom combo box.


Video:
ASP.NET Request/Response

By Paul Hacker
Explore how to use the ASP.NET Request and
Response objects to interact with a Web site. You’ll discover how to parse
the HTML from any Web site in order to find anything you want.


Discussion Groups

Check
out the CodeGuru discussion forums

Forums include Visual C++, General C++,
Visual Basic, Java, General Technology, C#, ASP.NET, XML, Help Wanted, and
much, much, more!

… HOT THREADS …


UI
thread deadlock – need some understanding (VC++)


Understanding
the difference between inheritance and polymorphism (C++)


Problem
with module and form load slow (C++)


New Articles on Developer.com

Three
Workflow Approaches with WebLogic Portal

By Scott Nelson
Knowing multiple ways to
create workflows in WebLogic Portal will provide you with the ability to
deliver solutions based on requirements, methodologies, and timelines.


Integrating
Model-Driven Development into the SOA Process

By Scott McKorkle
SOA is a hot topic,
but the task of creating and managing a truly service-oriented
architecture can be elusive. Explore how a modeling approach to the
creation and management of an enterprise-wide architecture will
effectively implement the company’s business plans through a comprehensive
set of interconnected services.


Handling
Lengthy Operations in Google’s Android

By Chunyen Liu
To work on mobile
devices, Google’s Android must adhere to similar design standards that
will produce the desired user experience. Your software always needs to be
responsive to the user’s interaction. Pick up some tips to avoid blocking
the execution of the main thread and update the main view when the results
are available from the child threads.


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