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.NET-A Complete Development Cycle by Thomas Moeller, Gunther Lenz

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Chapter 3. A .NET Prototype

A .NET Prototype

Getting Started

To get the project started we begin the inception phase of the Unified Process. In the first iteration, we must establish the feasibility of using .NET technology for the application development. As stipulated by the Unified Process, we will follow the five core workflows (Requirements, Analysis, Design, Implementation, and Test) in all iterations.

Evaluating .NET for Windows Client Applications

Evaluating .NET for Windows Client Applications

A wide range of technologies can be used to develop Windows applications, including Visual Basic, C++, and Java. ...

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