• Create BookmarkCreate Bookmark
  • Create Note or TagCreate Note or Tag
  • PrintPrint
Share this Page URL
Help

Praise for Seeing Data

Praise for Seeing Data

“Riordan provides an invaluable resource to help developers focus on a commonly overlooked but vital part of an application—the user experience.”

David Sceppa, Program Manager,
Microsoft Corporation

“Riordan has done it again, navigating the proverbial minefield of User Interface development with her unique and entertaining style. She has delivered a clear, concise and practical view of User Interface Development for the .NET Developer. This is a book that I believe .NET developers must have; it provides guidance in both the technical and nontechnical areas of User Interface design and implementation.”

Stephen W. Jeffries,
Principal Technical Specialist—Developer & E-Business,
Microsoft Corporation

“Rebecca Riordan takes UI programming and practices to new heights. She has gone beyond simply explaining the theory behind UI programming practices but also provides code samples that are practical, well-documented, and can be immediately incorporated into a development project. This book is a definitive reference for UI development, and a must-have for an application developer's bookshelf. Design UI's with confidence with this book!”

Wendy Chun, AVP/Product Development,
Sungard Insurance Systems

“Riordan has produced what is THE reference guide on user interface design in .NET. Serious developers and beginners alike will learn both design techniques that can put applications over the top and pitfalls to avoid.”

Kelly J. Martens, Manager, Information Systems and Development,
JJ Koepsell Company

“Rebecca Riordan, expert UI designer, shares her insights in a solid mixture of code and concepts.”

Cristof Falk, Developer/Consultant

“Rebecca Riordan's book, Seeing Data: Designing User Interfaces for Data Systems Using .NET, is a significant new, technical work. Rebecca has a special gift for making very hard topics easy to understand and enjoyable to read about. Her writing style is engaging and informative. Ms. Riordan offers a perspective to user interface design that is real world, competent, and refreshing. Her choice of topics will be of interest to all .NET developers, from DBAs to front-end Web designers.”

Bob Reselman, Cognitive Arts and Technologies, author of Coding Slave

  • Creative Edge
  • Create BookmarkCreate Bookmark
  • Create Note or TagCreate Note or Tag
  • PrintPrint