This one might help. I've seen a few well used copies at my previous job,
though it is from 2002 so doesn't cover things like generics etc...
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I am not a Java developer. When I started WinForm GUI development, I
found guidance in the "SmartClient Design and Architecture Guide"
I also read Winform Programming in C#
(http://msdn2.micr...) but I would
save the time and money and focus on the guide instead.
There are a bunch of design guides posted at
http://msdn2.micr... They have been
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> A colleague of mine recently posed the following question:
> A server developer is getting into GUI C# work. Any
> suggestions for a reference book? C# for Java
> Richter's CLR book and Sell's WinForms book were recommended, but nothing
> specific for helping Java developers cross over. Any recommendations?
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