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Foundations of Programming: Building Better Software

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Foundations of Programming: Building Better Software
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Publisher: CodeBetter.Com
Number of pages: 79

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Free e-book on foundations of programming and building better software by Karl Seguin. Topics covered: Domain Driven Design, Persistence, Dependency Injection, Unit Testing, Object Relational Mappers, Memory and Exceptions.

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