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  • By John Matlock on March 10, 2011

    The biggest changes in the second edition are two fold. First a number of errors have been corrected, including what might better be called 'description enhancements'. That is, based on comments from readers several points were difficult to understand or which needed further clarification have been re-written and expanded in an effort to make them more clear. Second, this edition has been expanded to incorporate the new features in C# Version 4, the most important of which are: Dynamic binding, Named and optional arguments, Generic co- and contravariance.Intended for use as a textbook, the book is written from a standpoint where beginning programmers are taught what is a computer and what is software. From the basic beginning the book can be used as a full year class going quite deeply into the C# language. The orientation of the book is purely directed to Microsoft. Java for instance is considered by most of us to be functionally equivalent to C# (although the details differ). In this book Java is only mentioned as a ancestor to C#.

  • By Rafal D. on February 9, 2016

    Probably one of the best books on C# to learn with. Goes into a lot of theory and shows best practices. It can get pretty dry like other programming books. This version now is a bit outdated. While 95% of the concepts still apply, be sure to check out Microsoft's website for new things with .NET and ASP.

  • By SyFy Addict on March 11, 2013

    I would recommend this book to beginners in C#. It is extremely helpful with the beginning steps and concepts for programming. and since Visual C# studio 2010 is so powerful, there are nearly limitless things you can do. Take it for a spin. You wont be disappointed.

  • By Rob Thomas on April 14, 2014

    Awesome. ..must have for anyone looking for good books of reference. Clean and understood from end to end. Buy it now

  • By Kal on September 5, 2012

    This book is a must have for first time programmers or programmers who want to touch up on specific parts of C# such as threading.I only wish this book added more information on Linq and SQL queries.

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  • By Dolphy on April 1, 2012

    Great book. This book was very well explained out to make it extrememly easy to learn C# as a beginner.

  • By C#Mania on August 22, 2011

    This book is the best book for beginners of programming with C#. It contains a lot of examples and exercises.It is terse, no redundant explanations to beginners.

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