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by Morgan Skinner,Christian Nagel

ePub Professional C# 4.0 and .NET 4 download
Author:
Morgan Skinner,Christian Nagel
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978-0470502259
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0470502258
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Wrox; 1 edition (March 8, 2010)
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Christian Nagel is a Microsoft Regional Director, software architect, and author of many. He founded CN innovation and is an associate of thinktecture.

Christian Nagel is a Microsoft Regional Director, software architect, and author of many. Bill Evjen is Global Head of Platform Architecture for Thomson Reuters, Lipper.

Morgan Skinner (Manchester, UK) began his computing career at a young age on the Sinclair ZX80. He's been programming in C and. NET since 2000, and liked it so much he joined Microsoft in 2001

Morgan Skinner (Manchester, UK) began his computing career at a young age on the Sinclair ZX80. NET since 2000, and liked it so much he joined Microsoft in 2001. Jay Glynn (Franklin, TN) started writing software nearly 20 years ago. He is currently a project coordinator and architect for a large financial services company in Nashville, Tennessee. Bill Evjen is Global Head of Platform Architecture for Thomson Reuters, Lipper

Christian Nagel is a Microsoft Regional Director, software architect, and author of many. He is also a Microsoft Regional Director and the founder of INETA. Jay Glynn is the Principle Architect at PureSafety, a leading provider of results-driven software and information solutions for workforce safety and health. Karli Watson is a freelance author and a consultant for Infusion Development. Morgan Skinner works in premier support for developers.

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Morgan SkinnerProfessional C 4 and  . Updated for the C 4 release with coverage of dynamic objects in C named and optional parameters, COM specific interop features.

NET 4 BY Christian Nagel, Bill Evjen, Jay Glynn, Karli Watson & Morgan SkinnerProfessional C 4 and  . Updated for the C 4 release with coverage of dynamic objects in C named and optional parameters, COM specific interop features, and type-safe variance. Refocused with even more intermediate and advanced technique coverage.

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This book starts by reviewing the overall architecture of .NET in order to give you the background you need to be able to write managed code. After that, the book is divided into a number of sections that cover both the C# language and its application in a variety of areas.

Part I: The C# Language gives a good grounding in the C# language for experienced programmers. You start by looking at basic syntax and data types. Objects, types, inheritance, generics, arrays, tuples, operators, casts, delegates, lambdas, events, strings, regular expressions, collections, Language Integrated, Query (LINQ), Dynamic Language Extensions, memory management, pointers, reflection, errors, and exceptions are all covered.

Part II: Visual Studio looks at Visual Studio 2010 (the best way to use the tool to build applications based on the .NET Framework 4) and deploying your projects.

Part III: Foundation looks at .NET assemblies, instrumentation, security, threading, tasks, synchronization, localization, System.Transactions, networking, interop, XAML, Managed Extensibility Framework, Manipulating Files and the Registry, transactions, building Windows services, and generating your own libraries as assemblies.

Part IV: Data covers accessing databases with ADO.NET, ADO.NET Entity Framework, data services, support in .NET for XML, and the .NET features of SQL Server 2008.

Part V: Presentation shows how to build applications based on the Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight, and covers writing components that will run on web sites. It also has coverage on building Windows Forms applications in as well as ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC.

Part VI: Communication covers services for platform-independent communication using the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). With Message Queuing, asynchronous disconnected communication is shown. This section looks at utilizing the Windows Workflow Foundation 4, peer to peer networking, and creating syndication feeds.
  • I bought this book shortly after I got a job as a C# developer. I was transitioning from Java, and a coworker recommended this book. It's just too dense to be a practical guide to learning C#, though. And it feels like it was written by a committee, which it was. Too many cooks spoil the soup, or something like that. This book has way too many under-informed personal opinions. It's pretty myopic, and spends way too much time explaining how the latest C# and .NET are better than previous technologies from Microsoft, with very little accurate information about how they are similar to (or better than) other software development technologies.

  • There is exactly one good thing about this book. The book full of good code examples. However, this book is merely a regurgitation of the MSDN. Code examples are plentiful and free on MSDN. I would suggest you save your money.

    I already know C# and use it daily at my job, and picked up this book since it was required for my grad class. Yes, this book is very thorough in its coverage of topics. But it is an extremely dry read, and it is unnecessarily wordy and unclear. It also presents the material in a way that is extremely difficult to understand. I'll agree that some of the topics in this book are more advance (as most people are quick to point out that this is geared towards the professional), but the book does not do anything to help learning easier.

    Of the glowing 5-star reviews for this book, I suspect that these are from professional book reviewers. The reviews seem suspiciously full of market-y words and do not mention anything about actually using the book.

  • C# and .NET are reintroduced in this one book for the 2010 audience of programmers. The two subjects are wedded in the text to form one complete reference. I have just finished reading this book and I can tell you that it will take another two readings to fully absorb the contents because of the numerous details. At just over 1400 pages, this is a compendium of the two programming areas that has enormous scope. I am impressed that the authors and the publisher were able to complete this project before the release of the two in April. Operations specific to the .NET v4 release are noted in the text.

    I found the information in this book to be comprehensive and detailed in many ways. With 47 chapters and an appendix this book is going to be the cornerstone of my .NET computing from this time on. My previous references are getting dated and don't give me enough information to pass the employment interviews. This book and one other are going to be my entire reference library for C# programming in general.

    I found the information to be very well written to the point that even after six years of using C# it increased my knowledge and understanding of this wonderful new computer language. I have over a dozen books on .NET and C# in my library and this is the best written of them all. For this reason I am giving it 5 stars. I believe that this is the best introduction to these two subject areas

    Of course, if you want to work in depth on one of the chapters covered in this book, another reference that expands on the material will be required.

  • I purchased many books on C# and Visual Studio to insure I had detailed information available to avoid the frustration of searching help or the web for rarely used features. This book turned out to be the best of them and the only one I now use. Many of the others left out features or they gave a poor or incomplete description how to use them.

    You can use this book to teach yourself C# 4 and Visual Studio 2010 or as an excellent reference for those features you have not used to date.

  • Use this book all the time as a reference material.

  • A very comprehensive book on the subject, althought it seems a mile wild and an inch deep. On the other
    hand, if it were any other way they would have to charge thouosands of dollars in shpping, considering
    the size of the zrea they tackled. It's still very useful, even though it dosen't go as deeply into things
    as I would like. As a reference to have around when you need refreshing on some area it can't be beat,
    as it's absolutely perfect for that.

  • The book, in terms of content, is excellent. I gave it four stars because there are no Review questions. Consequently, there is no way of knowing whether you fully understood a chapter.

  • This book covers almost every important aspect of the C# language and the .NET platform. Very good for professionals who just begun in .NET 4 and need a broad reference for advanced topics.