Effective TCP/IP Programming: 44 Tips to Improve Your Network Programs: 44 Tips to Improve Your Network Programs
by Jon C Snader
-- 44 self-contained "mini-lessons" cover every key TCP/IP technique and trouble spot. -- Demystifies TCP/IP's "hidden behavior" so developers can ... Show synopsis -- 44 self-contained "mini-lessons" cover every key TCP/IP technique and trouble spot. -- Demystifies TCP/IP's "hidden behavior" so developers can achieve the precise results they're after -- with no surprises. -- Solutions for every network programmer -- regardless of experience level. In 44 expert mini-lessons, Effective TCP/IP Programming demystifies TCP/IP development, eliminating the guesswork, helping programmers past the obstacles, and showing how to dramatically improve application performance and robustness. TCP/IP programming can seem seductively simple: the API is straightforward and even novices can flesh out a working application. But there are plenty of hidden obstacles -- and developers who don't understand them will encounter serious performance problems. Effective TCP/IP Programming demystifies the critical details and hidden behaviors of TCP/IP, so programmers can build code that's more reliable, maintainable, and efficient. Following the widely-admired style of Scott Meyers' Effective C++, Jon C. Snader has organized this book into 44 short, self-contained sections, each addressing one key aspect of TCP/IP development, or one key trouble spot -- and each including detailed, fully commented code examples. The result: a book that's easy to read and absorb, and will serve as an outstanding day-to-day reference tool for every developer who wants to create TCP/IP-based network applications.