Read a book review of this title: "Once in a while, a book is published which is so good that you do not really care what it is about. You don't care because the book is so advanced, so engrossing, and such an intellectual pleasure to read. Practical .NET for Financial Markets is just such a book. It is part insightful technical writing, part informed business writing, and part application case study. The main purpose of the book is to reveal how to engineer a major application for the financial markets—specifically, exchange markets. We are talking the Big Time here, folks. "