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Bill Wagner “More Effective C#: 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your C#"
Addison-Wesley Professional | 2008-10-17 | ISBN: 0321485890 | 336 pages | PDF | 1 MB
“Shining a bright light into many of the dark corners of C# 3.0, this book not only covers the ‘how,’ but also the ‘why,’ arming the reader with many field-tested methods for wringing the most from the new language features, such as LINQ, generics, and multithreading. If you are serious about developing with the C# language, you need this book.”
–Bill Craun, Principal Consultant, Ambassador Solutions, Inc.
“More Effective C# is an opportunity to work beside Bill Wagner. Bill leverages his knowledge of C# and distills his expertise down to some very real advice about programming and designing applications that every serious Visual C# user should know. More Effective C# is one of those rare books that doesn’t just regurgitate syntax, but teaches you how to use the C# language.”
–Peter Ritchie, Microsoft MVP: Visual C#
“More Effective C# is a great follow-up to Bill Wagner’s previous book. The extensive
C# 3.0 and LINQ coverage is extremely timely!”
–Tomas Restrepo, Microsoft MVP: Visual C++, .NET, and Biztalk Server
“As one of the current designers of C#, it is rare that I learn something new about the language by reading a book. More Effective C# is a notable exception. Gently blending concrete code and deep insights, Bill Wagner frequently makes me look at C# in a fresh light–one that really makes it shine. More Effective C# is at the surface a collection of very useful guidelines. Look again. As you read through it, you’ll find that you acquire more than just the individual pieces of advice; gradually you’ll pick up on an approach to programming in C# that is thoughtful, beautiful, and deeply pleasant. While you can make your way willy-nilly through the individual guidelines, I do recommend reading the whole book–or at least not skipping over the chapter introductions before you dive into specific nuggets of advice. There’s perspective and insight to be found there that in itself can be an important guide and inspiration for your future adventures in C#.”
–Mads Torgersen, Program Manager, Visual C#, Microsoft
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