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C# in Depth: What You Need to Master C# 2 and 3 [Anglais] [Broché]

Jon Skeet
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Présentation de l'éditeur

C# in Depth

is a completely new book designed to propel existing C# developers

to a higher level of programming skill. One simple principle drives this book:

exploring a few things deeply rather than offering a shallow view of the whole

C# landscape. It is a book for those readers who want just a little more at the

end of a typical chapter.

Expert author Jon Skeet dives into the C# language, plumbing new C# 2 and 3

features and probing the core C# language concepts that drive them. This

unique book puts the new features into the context of how C# has evolved without

a lengthy rehearsal of the full C# language. And it sticks to the language,

covering new framework and runtime features only where relevant.

C# in Depth is both a vehicle for learning C# 2 and 3 and also a reference work.

Although the coverage is deep, the text is always accessible: Readers will explore

pitfalls that can trip them up, but the book skips over gnarly details best left to

the language specification. The overall effect is that readers become not just proficient

in C# 2 and 3, but comfortable that they truly understand the language.

Biographie de l'auteur

Jon Skeet

has worked with C# since 2002, and has been a Microsoft C# MVP

since October 2003. He has spent a great amount of time in the C# community

answering questions in newsgroups as well as writing articles on the most misunderstood

aspects of C# and .NET. After having read tens of thousands of questions

over the years, Jon has developed a deep insight into the areas that developers have

trouble with, as well as what they’re trying to achieve. A keen reader of specifications,

Jon aims to understand the language at the deepest level, which enables him

to provide a detailed exposition of C#, including a few dark corners which can trip

up the unwary developer.


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  • Broché: 392 pages
  • Editeur : Manning Publications; Édition : 1 (1 mai 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1933988363
  • ISBN-13: 978-1933988368
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,1 x 23,1 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent livre pour approfondir sa connaissance de C# 12 février 2009
Format:Broché
Si vous avez déjà une certaine expérience de C# et que vous désirez en comprendre toute les subtilités, ce livre est fait pour vous.

Ni trop court, ni trop long, ce livre n'explique pas C# de A à Z et part du principe que le langage vous est déjà familier. Vous n'aurez donc pas à lire une quantité de choses que vous connaissez déjà et vous n'aurez pas acheté un livre dont seulement la moitié du contenu vous est utile. De plus, le style d'écriture de l'auteur est très agréable.

La première partie revient sur les bases souvent mal comprises des deux premières versions de C# (1.0 et 1.2), la deuxième partie s'attaque à tout les ajouts de C# 2.0 et la troisième dévoile enfin toutes les merveilles de C# 3.0.

En bref, que du bonheur. Chaudement recommandé !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Indispensable 23 juin 2008
Format:Broché
Si vous voulez tout savoir sur C# 3.0 (en tout cas tout ce qui est utile) sans pour autant vous atteler à la tache rébarbative de lire (et de comprendre) les 500 pages de la spécification, ce livre est pour vous.
« C# in Depth » est non seulement extrêmement bien écrit dans un style clair, précis et concis mais aussi d''une rare pertinence technique. Les exemples sont d'une logique implacable, les chapitres s'enchainent avec une fluidité étonnante et le tri entre l''utile et le superflu a été exécuté de main de maître.
Bref un livre pointu, didactique et agréable à lire !
Pour conclure, si vous êtes un bon développeur C# et que vous voulez devenir un très bon développeur C#, il y a trois livres que vous ne pouvez pas ne pas avoir lu : « Framework Design Guidelines » de Cwalina/Abrams, « CLR via C# » de Jeffrey Richter et celui-ci.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 LE livre sur C# 30 avril 2010
Par Max33
Format:Broché
Si vous voulez comprendre les rouages de C# et son évolution depuis la version 1 jusqu'à la 3, ce livre est fait pour vous. Les explications de John Skeet sont claires, concises et vont droit au but tout en restant très complètes. Ce livre donne toutes les clés de compréhension nécessaires à une prise en main efficace de C#. Pour l'instant je n'ai pas vu mieux en la matière.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An excellent non-beginners C# book 4 mai 2008
Par Andy Warhol - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I know these comments are going to give the impression of being one of those "independent" reviews that often get put up on Amazon shortly after a book is released. Those reviews all give the book in question five stars to make sure the author makes a few quick sales until people find out the real story about it...but this isn't one of those...it's actually a truthful review!

C# In Depth is an excellent, bordering on brilliant, examination of C#2 and C#3.

The author clearly understands the C# language at a very deep level and has the gift to be able to communicate his understanding in a way that really gets through to the average developer like you and me.

Jon Skeet starts with the assumption that you already understand the basics of C#1. He then deliberately skips over the usual route of discussing the .NET framework libraries, instead concentrating exclusively on the C# language itself.

He is therefore able to focus his book on reaching deep into the C# language itself....certainly to a level that I've never seen any other book come close to.

What I especially liked was the author's own free little tool for running his code snippets. Instead of getting bogged down in masses of unnecessary supplementary code to demonstrate a simple point, "Snippy" allows you to just enter the few lines you really want to understand and play with - and then it takes care of compiling and running them for you...a really neat idea.

I always say that there's a simple way to tell if someone is really an expert in something....ask them to explain something complex.

The pseudo-expert will only be able to explain complex topics using complex jargon and complex analogies. The real expert can explain complex topics using simple language and simple analogies...and this book demonstrates that the author is a real expert!

An excellent advanced C# book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Detailed and technical yet a joy to read! 27 décembre 2008
Par keith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Simply stated, this is an excellent C# book.

Its NOT for beginners ... but, if you are coming to C# from another language (like Java) or you know some C# but want to get a thorough understanding of features .. like .. how to write and use delegates(p. 34) ... What are generic type constraints? Why would I want to use them? (p. 75) ... then this book is what you need.

I love the writing. Its detailed and technical yet a joy to read. Even some light humor! Excellent!

I'm a Java developer and was looking for a good C# book and I stumbled upon the author's blog (and this book) while looking for reviews of another C# book I was considering ... this, out of the C# books I've seen, has the best combination of detailed coverage and good readable writing. IMHO.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply a must-have for C# 29 avril 2008
Par Marc Gravell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Most "C#" books are actually books about the .NET framework (and the various core classes) using C# as the language for examples. Not this book; instead, this is truly a book about C# itself, touching on the framework only where necessary to explain the language design.

There are a lot of language features introduced in C# 2 and C# 3, and the simple fact is that many of these generally aren't fully understood by most developers. This book could truly change that. I consider myself an experienced C# developer, yet C# in Depth showed me depths (*useful* depths) I simply didn't know - even in the C# 2 areas that I thought I understood well. It also covers a lot of the language specifics surrounding LINQ (that being the main goal of C# 3), which I would consider essential for anyone serious about .NET 3.5 / VS2008.

A deeper understanding of the language is incredibly useful; especially when trying to understand why something isn't behaving as you expected (a prime example being the subtleties of "captured variables"). But equally, knowing how to work *with* the language (rather than against it) is key to robust and reusable designs. For example, the ability to use a more functional programming style in C# 3 (and what that means...).

And yet somehow, Jon manages to cover this technical vista while keeping the tone easily approachable, engaging, and even entertaining. Not a small challenge.

All in all, highly recommended: it will make you a better C# developer.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Flawless 23 juin 2008
Par Franck Jeannin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I've just counted, it's the fifth book I've read on C# this year (not to mention a dozen books on .NET) and this is by far the best. It's not just very good technically, useful and enjoyable to read, it's flawless. In fact, I didn't find as single typo, a single sentence that was slightly misleading or incomplete which, in my experience, is extremely rare for a first edition. On top of being a highly competent developer, Jon is clearly a gifted writer and a born teacher. Every term is always used appropriately and in the right context, every example is spot on and contains the least amount of code that shows the full extent of the feature... this is a rare treat.
So, forget about reading the C# Specification. If you want to know all the useful stuff without going through pages and pages of boring and tedious text, read `C# in depth' instead! (I've made the mistake of doing it the other way round).
To sum up, if you are a good C# developer and you want to become a very good C# developer, there are 3 books you can't afford not to read: Framework Design Guidelines by Cwalina/Abrams, CLR via C# by Jeff Richter and this one!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Get deep into C# 16 mai 2008
Par Jack D. Herrington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
To be honest when I first started in C# I didn't think much about the syntax. Having worked for years in C++ and Java it was nice to see a language that was a cleaned up hybrid of both. At first I was glad to be rid of C++ generics because of the complexity that they brought to the language. But the lack of strongly typed collections was a bit of a drag.

C# 2 and 3 added generics in a nice way. From a consumer standpoint there isn't much to know. But if you are implementing a library, or want to get the most out of the language features, you are going to want to read C# In Depth. It's a well written book that treats the reader with respect. Language features are discussed practically without over language lawyering. Though the author does throw in a 25-cent software engineering term now and again.

if you want to know everything you can about C#. Or you are a serious library writer. You should pick up a copy of C# In Depth.
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