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A great collection of C# books
C# Primer Plus
Paperback: 992 pages
File size: 5.9 Mb
C# Primer Plus teaches the C# programming language and relevant parts of the .NET platform from the ground up, walking you through the basics of object-oriented programming, important programming techniques and problem solving while providing a thorough coverage of C#’s essential elements – such as classes, objects, data types, loops, branching statements, arrays, and namespaces.
In early chapters guided tours take you sightseeing to the main attractions of C# and provide a fast learning-path that enables you to quickly write simple C# programs. Your initial programming skills are then gradually expanded, through the many examples, case studies, illustrations, review questions and programming exercises, to include powerful concepts – like inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces and exception handling, along with C#’s most innovative features – such as properties, indexers, delegates and events.
With C# Primer Plus’s dual emphasis on C# as well as fundamental programming techniques, this friendly tutorial will soon make you a proficient C# programmer building Windows applications on the .NET platform.
Paperback: 944 pages
File size: 5.0 Mb
C# Complete is a one-of-a-kind book–valuable both for its broad content and its low price. Whether you’re brand-new to C# programming, are migrating from Visual Basic or Visual C++ to C#, or have already developed some expertise in C#, you’ll get the skills you need to become proficient with Microsoft’s powerful new language designed for the .NET platform. Creating complex applications in the .NET Framework is made easier with C#–Microsoft’s first true object-oriented programming language.
In C# Complete, you’ll get a clear picture of everything you need to know for developing applications using C#. You’ll begin by learning the essential elements of the language and of Visual Studio .NET, in which you’ll develop and run programs in a comprehensive integrated development environment. You’ll see how to create functional and exciting user interfaces and desktop applications written with C#, and how to incorporate threads to their best advantage. You’ll explore the use of ADO.NET classes in development of C# database applications. Chapters on ASP.NET Web Services will walk you through the building of an XML web services application. You’ll also visit some advanced topics, including designing with security in mind, overcoming the shortcomings of the .NET Framework, and working with the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit.
C# Complete introduces you to the work of some of Sybex’s finest authors, so you’ll know where to go to learn even more about C# and the .NET Framework.
Beginning Microsoft Visual C# 2008
Paperback: 1344 pages
File size: 14.1 Mb
The book is aimed at novice programmers who wish to learn programming with C# and the .NET framework. The book starts with absolute programming basics. It then moves into Web and Windows programming, data access (databases and XML), and more advanced technologies such as graphics programming with GDI+ and basic networking. The book is divided into sections including:
* The C# Language: Basic language skills using console application. Content moves from the absolute basics to fairly involved OOP skills.
* Windows Vista Programming: Using basic Windows applications, reinforcing earlier OOP and debugging skills.
* Web Programming: Putting together basic Web applications, highlighting differences between Web and Windows programming.
* Data Access: Accessing all kinds of data sources from Web and Windows applications, including SQL usage, XML, file system data, and Web Services.
* Additional Techniques: “The fun stuff”, including Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Workflow, Windows Communication Foundation, GDI+, networking, Windows Services, and so on.
The book makes complicated subjects seem easy to learn, and it inspires readers to investigate areas further on their own by providing references to additional material, and exercise questions that require significant effort and personal research to complete.
C# 2005 For Dummies
Publisher: For Dummies
Paperback: 432 pages
File size: 3.48 MB
C# 2005 for Dummies is a thorough update of the original C# for Dummies title. The new edition brings the book up to date on C# features added in the C# 2.0 version that ships with Microsoft’s new Visual Studio 2005. The book’s friendly, conversational approach brings C# and new features like generics and iterators down to earth “for the rest of us.” Readers with little or no programming experience can get a good start here. Readers with more experience will find this a congenial way to acquire a fine new language. Virtually every page of the original book has been updated or sometimes replaced to give you the latest cool stuff. Earlier versions of C# gave us “collections”–objects for storing lots of similar things. Now, C# 2.0 gives us the ability to write our own collections using generic constructs. Explore generics by helping OOPs, Inc., compete with its rival package shippers using their new generic priority queue collection. In C# 1.0, you could write your own iterator–an object that makes it easy to loop through a collection item by item. Now, C# 2.0 makes writing iterators much, much easier. Explore iterators by iterating anything that will hold still long enough. C# 2005 for Dummies thoroughly covers generics, iterators, and other new C# features and introduces many new features of Microsoft Visual Studio. As a bonus, you get tons of sample programs, five extra chapters, including one on using “C# on the Cheap,” plus three nifty, valuable utility programs you can install and use for your own programming. And, to accompany and supplement C# 2005 for Dummies, there’s a new Web site at CSharp102.com and a companion blog at CSharp102.blogspot.com.
Microsoft Visual C# 2008 Step by Step
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Paperback: 656 pages
File size: 13.3 Mb
Get the hands-on, step-by-step guide to learning the latest enhancements in Microsoft Visual C# 2008. Visual C#, one of the tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, is a modern programming language designed to deliver a productive environment for creating business frameworks and reusable object-oriented components. Whether you re a beginning programmer or new to the Visual C# programming language, you ll learn how to use the fundamental features of Visual Studio 2008 and gain a basic understanding of the latest enhancement of the Visual C# language. You ll work at your own pace through hands-on, learn-by-doing exercises, get started creating components and working Windows applications, and build your knowledge as you start creating your first Visual C# based applications. You ll also explore how to create data management and Web-based applications. In each chapter, work through learn-by-doing exercises that demonstrate how, when, and why to use the many features of the Visual C# rapid application development environment.
Paperback: 798 pages
File size: 4.09 MB
100omprehensive, the C# Bible will have even beginning programmers up and running with Microsoft’s new C# language quickly and easily. But this title does not stop at just presenting the C# language – it teaches practical application development in the new .NET Framework. Starting at ground zero, readers will benefit from veteran developer Jeff Ferguson’s insight into topics that include:
* Background of C#
* .NET concepts
* Defining data with variables
* Building containers with arrays
* Writing expressions and statements
* Object Oriented Programming with C#
* Maintaining state with fields
* Defining behavior with methods
* Building WinForm and WebFom applications
* Using C# in ASP.NET
* Working with COM
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Beginning Visual C#
Publisher: Peer Information
Paperback: 933 pages
File size: 30.7 Mb
C# is Microsoft’s new programming language for its new platform, the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework consists of a runtime environment for managing the execution of code, and a whole host of class libraries for performing almost any programming task you can think of. Although .NET code can be written in many languages, C# is the only language designed specifically for the .NET Framework, and as such is set to become the language of choice for writing .NET applications for years to come. This book will be an indispensable guide as you learn to write C# programs, gradually explaining the key concepts of C# and .NET as your skills develop. After a thorough explanation of the basics of the C# language, we take an in-depth look at object-oriented programming in C#, before moving on to see how we write Windows applications in C#, work with databases and handle files. We also show how you can create dynamic web pages in C#.
Note that the book requires you to have access to either Visual Studio .NET or Visual C# .NET Standard Edition.
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C# 3.0 Unleashed: With the .NET Framework 3.5
Paperback: 1056 pages
File size: 11.9 Mb
Whether you need an approachable on-ramp to .NET or you want to enhance your skills, C# 3.0 Unleashed is a comprehensive, in-depth guide to the solutions you seek. You’ll learn to do more with the new tools that are available, including Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework Class Libraries. Throughout this book, you’ll get a practical look at what can be the most useful tools for any given task. You’ll also learn common traps to avoid and learn insightful tips that will save you time and help you be more productive.
C# 3.0 Unleashed contains complete coverage of the C# programming language. The author covers all the essential syntax, but keeps the focus on practical application. The chapters are arranged to take you step-by-step from the core of the C# language to elements of the .NET Framework, and further into advanced concepts on distributed n-tier Internet applications. Additionally, C# 3.0 Unleashed shows you how to debug, monitor, and scale enterprise applications, enabling you to use the C# programming language to ship the right code at the right time.
What’s included in this book:
* A complete reference for C# syntax, object oriented programming, and component programming with C#
* Comprehensive data coverage through ADO.NET and LINQ
* An introduction to UI technologies, including Windows Forms, WPF, ASP.NET Ajax, and Silverlight
* Coverage of traditional ASMX and WCF Web Services
* Coverage of multiple .NET technologies, including networking, instrumentation, interop, and multi-threading
* In-depth discussion of platform concepts including CLR, Garbage Collection, Type System, Assemblies, and Code Access Security
* Guidance on design and architecture for a big-picture view and essential help in piecing together all you’ve learned
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C# How to Program
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Paperback: 1568 pages
File size: 16.4 Mb
Completely updated to reflect the recent changes in ANSI Standard C++. Contains hundreds of exercises, and thousands of lines of working code with valuable insights into good programming practices. Softcover.
A Programmer's Introduction to C#
Paperback: 357 pages
File size: 1.1 Mb
C# is the key language for Microsoft’s next generation of Windows services, the .NET platform. This new programming language is fast and modern and was designed to increase programmer productivity. C# enables programmers to quickly build a wide range of applications for the new Microsoft .NET platform. The .Net platform enables developers to build C# components to become Web services available across the Internet. Using C# language constructs, these components can be converted into Web services, allowing them to be invoked across the Internet. Gunnerson’s book is designed as a comprehensive reference for professional programmers to help get them up to speed on C#. The author is a lead developer on Microsoft’s C# development team, and has logged many developer hours writing and testing C# code. As such, he is uniquely poised to teach developers the effective use of this new language. A Microsoft insider, Gunnerson is also able to explain to readers how C# fits into Microsoft’s new .NET framework. A final section of the book provides a history of C#, and a language comparison to other widely used programming languages. Gunnerson’s book provides a foundation upon which programmers can begin to develop in C#. Among the core topics covered are the COM+ environment, statements and flow of execution, classes, structs, interfaces, expressions, arrays, enums, delegates and events, exception handling, interoperability, and selected advanced topics.
Beginning C# 3.0: An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
Paperback: 523 pages
File size: 9.8 Mb
Learn all the basics of C# 3.0 from Beginning C# 3.0: An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming, a book that presents introductory information in an intuitive format. If you have no prior programming experience but want a thorough, easy-to-understand introduction to C# and Object Oriented Programming, this book is an ideal guide. Using the tutorials and hands-on coding examples, you can discover tried and true tricks of the trade, understand design concepts, employ debugging aids, and design and write C# programs that are functional and that embody safe programming practices.
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Application Development Using C# and .NET
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Paperback: 656 pages
File size: 5.2 Mb
This book gives experienced developers the practical insight they need to build enterprise applications for Microsoft’s .NET platform using C#. Using a running case study and extensive code examples, the authors illuminate essential .NET concepts such as interfaces, attributes, collections, threading, remoting, security, and versioning, and introduce powerful new .NET technologies such as ADO.NET and ASP.NET. Michael Stiefel and Robert Oberg show how to create a simple, monolithic C# console application; enhance it with a Windows Forms interface; isolate functionality inside components, add database access, secure the code, and deliver functionality through ASP.NET and Web Services. Developers with no C# experience will appreciate the book’s self-contained C# overview; those familiar with C# can proceed directly to the book’s in-depth .NET Framework coverage. Application Development Using C# and .NET is one of a breakthrough series of focused guides to .NET written by expert practitioners and instructors. All books in the Prentice Oberg.Net Series teach in a systematic, step-by-step manner, using rich examples and a shared case study. They integrate perfectly: developers who want an even stronger understanding of the basics of C# can find it in the companion introductory title, Introduction to C# Using .NET.
Sams Teach Yourself C# in 24 Hours
Paperback: 720 pages
File size: 5.8 Mb
Sams Teach Yourself C# in 24 Hours provides readers with 24 structured lessons that provide a light, but thorough introduction to C#. James Foxall moves beyond the pure syntax covered in existing books, to guide readers step-by-step through a cohesive presentation of the basics of C#. Once the basics are understood, Foxall shows the reader how to apply this knowledge to real-world Windows programming tasks using C#. Each chapter contains exercises that reinforce the lessons learned in each chapter. Tips, Notes, and Cautions provide additional advice from the authors on how to get up to speed and programming quickly with C#. Sidebars provide the more experienced reader with tips that will ease their migration from Visual Basic 6 and Visual C++ to C#.
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