Reading

CSS Secrets: Better Solutions to Everyday Web Design Problems – Lea Verou

Dependency Injection in .NET

Exam Ref 70-486: Developing ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications – William Penberthy

Exam Ref 70-487: Developing Windows Azure and Web Services – William Ryan, Wouter de Kort, Shane Milton

Metaprogramming in .NET – Kevin Hazzard, Jason Bock

Microservice Architecture: Aligning Principles, Practices, and Culture -Irakli Nadareishvili

HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites – Jon Duckett

Javascript & jQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development – Jon Duckett

JavaScript Patterns – Stoyan Stefanov

JavaScript: The Good Parts – Douglas Crockford

Pro AngularJS (Expert’s Voice in Web Development) – Adam Freeman

Pro ASP.NET MVC 4 – Adam Freeman

Pro ASP.NET Core MVC – Adam Freeman

Pro PHP Programming – Peter MacIntyre, Brian Danchilla , Mladen Gogala, Adam MacDonald

Pro Typescript: Application-scale Javascript Development – Steve Fenton

Programming In HTML5 With JavaScript And CSS3: Training Guide – Glenn Johnson

Real-World Functional Programming: With Examples in F# and C#

Rx.NET in Action – Tamir DresherErik Meijer 

UML Pocket – Enrico Amedeo

rivate or personal libraries made up of non-fiction and fiction books, (as opposed to the state or institutional records kept in archives) first appeared in classical Greece. In ancient world the maintaining of a library was usually (but not exclusively) the privilege of a wealthy individual. These libraries could have been either private or public, i.e. for people who were interested in using them. The difference from a modern public library lies in the fact that they were usually not funded from public sources. It is estimated that in the city of Rome at the end of the 3rd century there were around 30 public libraries. Public libraries also existed in other cities