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Pro C# with .NET 3.0, Special Edition epub

by Andrew Troelsen

Pro C# with .NET 3.0, Special Edition epub

ISBN: 1590598237

ISBN13: 978-1590598238

Author: Andrew Troelsen

Category: Technology

Subcategory: Programming

Language: English

Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (February 5, 2007)

Pages: 1188 pages

ePUB book: 1410 kb

FB2 book: 1858 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 278

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Over the years, this book has (thankfully and gratefully) been very well received, by the press (a JOLT award finalist and ReferenceWare programming book of the year), readers, and various university programs in computer science and software engineering.

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This book provides readers with a complete A-Z for using C# with the .NET 2.0 Platform and the .NET 3.0 extensions. It contains new chapters digging deeply into the interactions between the existing framework and the new extensions to give readers the edge when they come to evaluation and implement .NET 3.0 for the first time. To provide even more support, the book includes a bonus CD that provides over five hundred pages of carefully selected additional content to help broaden a reader’s understanding of both .NET 2.0 and .NET 3.0.

I just graduated and have taken several C++ and Java Classes, including a C# and Visual Basic class but still had many questions that just aren't covered in college courses. So, I decided I wanted to focus on the .Net platform using C#. I searched for a book that would go into more depth and answer the questions I had about programming and the C# language - this book does just that!
I'm only a few chapters in, but so much had been unfolded in those chapters, I feel enlightened. The college courses were great for understanding general OOP theory but created more unanswered questions about certain methods(such as static versus instance which is explained very well here!), objects, or things like a pass by reference versus a value. It's simply an incredible book that gets directly to the point about what is happening within the C# language. I think you will be able to induce much of the theory of computer science from this and be able to apply it other languages as well. I wish this had been in a college course!
I bought the .NET 3.0 version to try because it was very cheap used and actually was in great condition. I will get the .NET 4.0 version for sure, now!
I must admit that I have not examined any other texts of this type. However, I can say that this has proven to be an excellent all-in-one introduction to C# and the .NET platform. In fact, I first bought the C++/CLI version, then the C# with .NET 2.0 version, then the .NET 3.0 version just so I could have 1 reference book to carry around. I've even preordered the 3.5 version.

I have a great deal of experience with C++, but only recently began working with .NET and C#. This book teaches you the language and quite a bit about the Foundation Class Libraries, most application types, and even a bit about the Visual Studio environment. Unfortunately, it does not include a chapter on Windows Service applications.

I have many other books that go into deeper detail on, e.g., WCF, C#, etc., but this has proven to be a great introduction to each technology and useful reference. I have not found a need to look for other beginner/all-in-one books.

I would absolutely recommend that all .NET developers read CLR via C#, Second Edition (Pro Developer) as soon as you know a bit about .NET.
Pros - This book covers a lot of ground. The writing is clear and the explanation is good. This is definitely one of THE C# books to read.

Cons - Considering this is a book for professionals by professionals, I think some of the materials here may be too elementary for experienced software professionals. I also agree with other readers here that it does not cover enough of the 3.0+ material here. But I would imagine if it did, the book would be "super-huge".

Verdict - Overall, it's worth reading but you also have to be very motivated (reading 1000+ pages book is not always that easy). I recommend you to skim through most of part 1 and 2 of the book if you are already familiar with the topics (or reference to them later) and choose the part(s) of the book that interests you. Then read other additional books to catch up more specific .Net 3.5 related topics like WPF, WCF, LINQ, etc.
I read most of the Visual C Sharp Step by Step book from Microsoft before I picked this up (John Sharp was the author). After reading about 60% of the book, I put it down because I realized that I wasn't learning anything. There were too many useless examples throughout the book. To make things worse, I think the book was written by a robot for robots.

The "Pro C# with .Net 3.0" book was the exact opposite of this. The book was engaging. It spoke of the concepts rather than teaching you through coding mostly built widgets like the first book did.

Two chapters in to the book, I already knew concepts that the other book didn't even cover 60% through. Although I am not a pro yet, this book is helping me finally understand the concept of coding with C#.
This book covers the details at all levels and is good for people with programming experience that are new to .NET, experienced developers who use .NET regularly but want to round out their knowledge of the inner workings and lesser used features of the framework, and to people moving up from 1.0 / 1.1 to 2.0 or 3.0. It does have sections on 3.0, but this is a general overview only in those areas. The rest of the book comprehensively covers .NET up to 2.0.

It's a huge book, but it's well worth the read.
Andrew Troelsen is an excellent author and knows how to explain things. The book covers in a detailed way the phylosophy of .net and the C# programming language. This is it's strength.
On the other hand, I do think that the later chapters are misguided. We have a chapter about .net remoting, another one on Windows forms, and then a short introduction to the .NET 3.0 stuff like WPF, WF and WCF. Well, I bought the book for the 3.0 material. Why didn't they call the book:

"Pro C# 3.0 with short intro to .NET 3.0"?

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Fresh from bashing the bloated idiots' mind-dump produced by Wrox on this subject I felt compelled to put in a glowing endorsement of this very well written book. It's a fairly meaty book, intermediate to advanced I think, but so well written it's a joy to read.
This book is an excellent source of information for beginners and middle level C# developers. I have borrowed it from the library along with 10-15 other c#/.net books. It was the best.

Finally decided to have personal copy at hand.