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Computer Science - Software Engineering | Accelerated C# 2005

Accelerated C# 2005

Nash, Trey

2006, XXVI, 432 p.

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This book provides the fastest path to C# mastery for programmers transitioning from another object-oriented language, quickly bringing experienced Java, C++, and Visual Basic programmers to a high level of proficiency in C#. It provides in-depth advice on the wise use of C# idioms and programming patterns to exploit the power of C# and the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR).

Any C# programmer, at any experience level, will find this book enlightening. It describes how C# works in thorough detail, discusses the most important issues for expert C# coding, and demonstrates with short and precise examples how to design and code effective C# programs. Its succinctness and clarity make it appropriate for anyone familiar with any object-oriented language; its depth will impress even expert programmers. Readers will rapidly become expert in C# by learning how to do things the right way, right from the start.

Trey Nash is a Principal Software Engineer working on PC Bluetooth solutions at Cambridge Silicon Radio. He’s been glued to a computer since he scored his first, a TI 99/4A, at 13 years old.

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » .NET - C# - C++ programming language - Exception - Java - design - design pattern - interfaces - language - object-oriented programming (OOP) - programming

Related subjects » Software Engineering

Table of contents 

  1. C#Preview
  2. C# and the CLR
  3. C# Syntax Overview
  4. Classes, Structs, and Objects
  5. Interfaces and Contracts
  6. Overloading Operators
  7. Exception Handling and Exception Safety
  8. Working with Strings
  9. Arrays, Collection Types, and Iterators
  10. Delegates, Anonymous Functions, and Events
  11. Generics
  12. Threading in C#
  13. In Search of C# Canonical Forms

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