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Book recommendation - Application Architecture! - ASP.NET General

Hello everyone, I want to learn more about ASP .NET application Architecure. Some of the things I want answered is: * When should I use a Three Tier, n' Tier design, etc * How should each layer in a Tier design be designed(what type of code should I put there) * And generally good practice for building web applications with ASP .NET I have searched for books but does not find any that I think is what im looking for. I would really appreciate if someone can recommend a book for me about this. Im currently building a CMS and ...

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    Default Book recommendation - Application Architecture!

    Hello everyone,

    I want to learn more about ASP .NET application
    Architecure.

    Some of the things I want answered is:

    * When should I use a Three Tier, n' Tier design, etc

    * How should each layer in a Tier design be designed(what
    type of code should I put there)

    * And generally good practice for building web
    applications with ASP .NET

    I have searched for books but does not find any that I
    think is what im looking for.

    I would really appreciate if someone can recommend a book
    for me about this.

    Im currently building a CMS and it does not feel good not
    knowing if I build using a good design or not.

    All recommendations is much appreciated!

    Regards
    Stefan Hellberg
    Stefan Hellberg Guest

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    Default Re: Book recommendation - Application Architecture!

    This isn't a book, but it is an awesome reference on the Mocrosoft web site,
    and it's free!

    [url]http://www.microsoft.com/resources/practices/[/url]

    --
    HTH,

    Kevin Spencer
    ..Net Developer
    Microsoft MVP
    [url]http://www.takempis.com[/url]
    Big things are made up
    of lots of little things

    "Stefan Hellberg" <stefanhellberghotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:046701c34606$b3ad4110$a001280aphx.gbl...
    > Hello everyone,
    >
    > I want to learn more about ASP .NET application
    > Architecure.
    >
    > Some of the things I want answered is:
    >
    > * When should I use a Three Tier, n' Tier design, etc
    >
    > * How should each layer in a Tier design be designed(what
    > type of code should I put there)
    >
    > * And generally good practice for building web
    > applications with ASP .NET
    >
    > I have searched for books but does not find any that I
    > think is what im looking for.
    >
    > I would really appreciate if someone can recommend a book
    > for me about this.
    >
    > Im currently building a CMS and it does not feel good not
    > knowing if I build using a good design or not.
    >
    > All recommendations is much appreciated!
    >
    > Regards
    > Stefan Hellberg

    Kevin Spencer Guest

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