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Deitel & Associates have spent years refining their powerful LIVE-CODETM approach to teaching programming languages: via live seminars for working developers at companies like IBM, GE, and Sun; and via the How to Program books that have guided millions of students into the profession.
Pros have long wished for books that deliver Deitel’s powerful teaching, without the “college” material designed for CS101. Now, with the DEITEL Developer Series, the firm has delivered, big time, with books such as C#: A Programmer’s Introduction -- an outstanding introduction for relatively inexperienced working developers.
This disciplined guide focuses on creating clear and logical code that’s rock-solid reliable and easy to maintain. At its heart: 152 complete programs, each organized into small, meticulously explained pieces, and color coded for clarity. Every new concept is presented through a working example, followed by a screen capture that shows exactly what the program does. As in all DEITEL books, you’ll also find hundreds of expert tips on software engineering, performance, usability, even portability. From .NET basics to C# objects and events, all the way to web services, start here if you want to do it right. Bill Camarda
Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.