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Books by Kevin McNeish


Professional UML with Visual Studio .NET from Wrox Press.
If you want to use Visio in creating enterprise .NET software, this is the book for you!


 


 


 .NET for Visual FoxPro Developers is now available online for free.
 This is a pure .NET book that looks at all the .NET Framework has to offer. It introduces developer's of any background to the .NET Framework!

 


 

The Adventures of Santa Dog!
This self-published book was just plain fun. The McNeish boys grew up with untraditional, homegrown holiday stories. In this gripping tale designed for all ages, our hero Santa Dog tries his best to save Christmas and learns some valuable lessons in the process!

 

 


Articles by Kevin McNeish

>WPF Meets the iPhone
CoDe Magazine, Mar
/Apr 2008

>Windows Workflow Foundation Essentials
CoDe Magazine,
Nov/Dec 2007

>Working with the VS 2005 Class Designer - Part 2
Level Extreme Magazine, MM .NET Column, June 2006

>Working with the VS 2005 Class Designer - Part 1
Level Extreme Magazine, MM .NET Column, April 2006

>ASP.NET 2.0 Master Pages Step-By-Step
Level Extreme Magazine, MM .NET Column, February 2006

> The Art of Refactoring in Visual Studio 2005
Level Extreme Magazine, MM .NET Column, January 2006

> Run, Don't Walk to Visual Studio 2005
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, December 2005

> Customizing VS 2005 with New Item Templates
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, November 2005

> Visual Studio 2005 Design Time Expression Evaluation
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, October 2005

> What's New in Windows Forms 2.0 - Part 2
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, August 2005

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What's New in Windows Forms 2.0 - Part 1

Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, July 2005

> Getting Ready for ADO.NET 2.0 - Part 2
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, June 2005

> Getting Ready for ADO.NET 2.0 - Part 1
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, May 2005

> Things I've Learned about .NET - Part 2
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, April 2005

> Working with Typed DataSets
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, March 2005

> Data Binding in Windows Forms Applications
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, December 2003

> Security in MM .NET
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, November 2003

> Leveraging Static Members in .NET
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, October 2003

> Why . NET?
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, September 2003

> Why a Framework for a Framework?
Universal Thread Magazine, MM .NET Column, August 2003

> UML Collaboration Diagrams
CoDe Magazine, May/June 2002

> UML Sequence Diagrams
CoDe magazine, Mar/April 2002

> UML Class Diagrams
CoDe Magazine, Jan/Feb 2002

> Modeling the Flow with UML Activity Diagrams
CoDe Magazine, Nov/Dec 2001
(Not available online, but visit www.code-magazine.com to order back issues.)


Who is Kevin McNeish?
Kevin McNeish is President and Chief Software Architect of Oak Leaf Enterprises, Inc, and a
Microsoft C# MVP.  He is co-author of the book "Professional UML with Visual Studio .NET", and author of the book ".NET for Visual FoxPro Developers". He is the creator of the Mere Mortals Framework for .NET and for Visual FoxPro, which won the Universal Thread's User Choice Award for "Best Framework". He is also a well known speaker and trainer throughout North America and Europe. He spends about half his time on the road training and mentoring companies to build well-designed, high-performance .NET desktop, Internet and Smart Device applications (www.oakleafsd.com).

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