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Table of Contents
|Programming? What+s That?|
|I Am NOT a Control Freak!|
|First You Need to Plan the Party|
|I Need a Tour Guide|
|Do It Yourself Designing|
|The Secret Code|
|Where Can I Store This?|
|What's Wrong With It?|
|Decisions, Decisions, Decisions|
|Time to Leave the Nest|
|So Many Paths...So Little Time|
|Testing, Testing...1, 2, 3|
|How Long Can This Go On?|
|Do It, Then Ask Permission|
|Let Me Count the Ways|
|I'm on the Inside; You're on the Outside|
|I Hear You Are Breaking Up|
|Talk to Me|
|A Ray of Sunshine|
|Parallel and Dynamic Universes|
|Table Tennis, Anyone?|
|Building Your Own Structure|
|I+m Saving For the Future|
|The String Section|
|I'm Suffering from Information Overload|
|The Missing "LINQ"|
|I Love This Class|
|Getting Web-ified (online chapter)|
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