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Learning C# 3.0

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    Don't worry, this is not a book you get in school

    This book is a good for someone who is looking for an introduction to object orientated programming or wanting to learn C#. This book isn't too easy nor too hard to understand. That is because the material isn't dumbed down, and that the material is explained well in it's context. This is a lot better learning material than what would be assigned in school, but that isn't saying much I guess. In short, if you want to learn Object Orientated Programming with C# this is the book for you.

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  • Posted June 4, 2010

    Nice book for Novices

    I would like to recommend this book to any one who wants to learn the basics about C# language. If you are new to

    programming and wants to start learning C# then this is the book for you. The authors have written the book in a

    nice style so that it is appealing to novice.

    The book starts off with the basics showing with how to create a hello world program. This is done using Visual

    Studio Project and introducing how to use it to create a project, compile and run the project to see the output.

    Later the authors start with the basics and covers various C# language features like Array, Collections,

    Interfaces, Generics, Delegates. All these are explained using the C# and basic .NET classes using simple,

    understandable stand alone examples.

    The authors also introduces advanced topics like WPF, event programming, LINQ features etc. - though these are not

    covered in very depth detail - just an introduction to get your feet wet a little bit.

    In summary this is a book intended for novices. Intermediate and advanced programmers will find this book a bit

    boring.

    PROS : Good Style, Examples, Quiz at the end of each chapter

    CONS : Bit boring for advanced programmers

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  • Posted June 4, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    Nice book for Novices

    I would like to recommend this book to any one who wants to learn the basics about C# language. If you are new to

    programming and wants to start learning C# then this is the book for you. The authors have written the book in a

    nice style so that it is appealing to novice.

    The book starts off with the basics showing with how to create a hello world program. This is done using Visual

    Studio Project and introducing how to use it to create a project, compile and run the project to see the output.

    Later the authors start with the basics and covers various C# language features like Array, Collections,

    Interfaces, Generics, Delegates. All these are explained using the C# and basic .NET classes using simple,

    understandable stand alone examples.

    The authors also introduces advanced topics like WPF, event programming, LINQ features etc. - though these are not

    covered in very depth detail - just an introduction to get your feet wet a little bit.

    In summary this is a book intended for novices. Intermediate and advanced programmers will find this book a bit

    boring.

    PROS : Good Style, Examples, Quiz at the end of each chapter

    CONS : Bit boring for advanced programmers

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    Posted April 29, 2012

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