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C# 5.0 Programmer's Reference par [Stephens, Rod]
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Stay ahead of the game with this comprehensive guide to the C# programming language

Well-known C# expert Rod Stephens gives novice and experienced developers a comprehensive tutorial and reference to standard C#. This new title fully covers the latest C# language standard, C# 5.0, as well as its implementation in the 2013 release of Visual Studio. The author provides exercises and solutions; and his C# Helper website will provide readers and students with ongoing support. This resource is packed with tips, tricks, tutorials, examples, and exercises and is the perfect professional companion for programmers who want to stay ahead of the game.

Author Rod Stephens is a well-known programming authority and has written more than 25 programming books covering C#, Java, VB, and other languages. His books have sold more than 150,000 copies in multiple editions. This book's useful exercises and solutions are designed to support training and higher education adoptions.

  • Learn the full range of C# programming language features
  • Quickly locate information for specific language features in the reference section
  • Familiarize yourself with handling data types, variables, constants, and much more
  • Experiment with editing and debugging code and using LINQ

Beginning through intermediate-level programmers will benefit from the accessible style of C# 5.0 Programmer's Reference and will have access to its comprehensive range of more advanced topics. Additional support and complementary material are provided at the C# Helper website, Stay up-to-date and improve your programming skills with this invaluable resource.

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Get up to speed with C# 5.0 and its use with Visual Studio This comprehensive reference provides a thorough introduction to the latest C# language standardC# 5.0and its implementation in Visual Studio. It presents the basics of C# programming in a style accessible to all levels of programmers. The book then moves on to cover a range of advanced topics, including regular expressions, asynchronous and parallel programming, serialization, and encryption techniques. The reference section allows programmers to locate information quickly for specific language features. The appendices enable readers to quickly review the details of important programming techniques, syntax, and Framework classes. C# 5.0 Programmers Reference: Describes the C# language and related tools including LINQ, streams, file system objects, and network classes Presents fundamental concepts in object–oriented programming (OOP) with C# and explains how to define classes and object hierarchies Reveals how an application interacts with its environment and shows how the program can create printouts, use configuration files, and more Features advanced topics, including pattern recognition, parallel programming, databases, XML, and reflection Provides a categorized reference for the C# language Wrox Programmers References are designed to give the experienced developer straight facts on a new technology, without hype or unnecessary explanations. They deliver hard information with plenty of practical examples to help you apply new tools to your development projects today. Programmer Forums Join our Programmer to Programmer forums to ask and answer programming questions about this book, join discussions on the hottest topics in the industry, and connect with fellow programmers from around the world. Code Downloads Take advantage of free code samples from this book, as well as code samples from hundreds of other books, all ready to use. Read More Find articles, e–books, sample chapters, and tables of contents for hundreds of books, and more reference resources on programming topics that matter to you.

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  • Editeur : Wrox; Édition : 1 (22 avril 2014)
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7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 so I could continue my study of the programming language as best I can 12 septembre 2014
Par Brian D. Reed - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Rod Stephens has once again proven that he is a Master Instructor when it comes to teaching folks the intricacies of Microsoft .NET programming. This time it is for the latest edition of Microsoft C#.NET 5.0 in his book C# 5.0 Programmer’s Reference.

Let me begin by saying that I am by no means an affluent C#.NET developer. Hence this is why I acquired a copy of this book, so I could continue my study of the programming language as best I can. I have spent a whole lot of money over the past several months on various training websites in attempts to further my education in C#.NET programming. When I say a lot, I have subscribed to at least six different training sites for several months at a time and have watched who knows how many hundreds of hours of video in my attempts to learn the language.

Having said that, I can honestly say I wish I had not wasted my money. Rod Stephens has once again shown me the answers to so many questions I have had in the past with regard to certain aspects of C# programming. There is so much information that is shared in the book that is not shared in the various videos I have been watching. I got to thinking that it could be because this is a Programmer’s Reference type of book instead of a teaching, but I learned more from Rod’s concise, to the point, writing about each aspect that doesn’t include all the “Fluff” you find on all those videos. So many times the “instructors” on the videos will go off on a tangent about this or that and then tell you it is not relevant. Rod doesn’t waste your time like that with this book. He gets right to the information and tells you concisely what you need to know about each aspect. I like that.

An example of information that is not covered in any of the videos I have watched previously, but I found most intriguing, can be found on page 76 – 77. It is the “As Operator.” Now maybe this is either a well-known function in C# or maybe it is not and thus why we don’t hear about it in all the various training videos available through many websites. I found this to be an extremely useful little tidbit that takes up a small paragraph size writing. I plan on using this information in my own programming. Again, maybe it is well known or it could be not very well known, but it appears from Rod’s writing to be something very useful.

Another aspect of Rod’s book that I really enjoyed, and yes, I will admit it kicked my butt several times over. At the end of each chapter is a series of exercises that will help you obtain some very useful thinking and hands on experience. Rod writes in the Introduction, “Programming is a skill best learned by doing” (p. xxxvii). The hands on exercises at the end of each chapter provided me the opportunity to further my understanding.

There is a warning on page xxxvii as well with regard to the exercises. Rod writes, “Sometimes exercises point to more in-depth topics that don’t fit well in the chapter’s text.” Maybe this is why the exercises kicked my butt so much, but it gave me the opportunity to stretch my understanding to further levels and I can truly appreciate that. I know I didn’t get the correct answers, not by any means, but in reviewing the correct answers located in Appendix A I was able to gain exposure to the more “advanced” topics and that is never a bad thing.

I have always been a fan of Rod Stephens as both an instructor and a writer, and I can tell you his writing is very concise, but very clear at the same time. It is worth your time and effort to read through this book at any level of programming experience. Rod warns in the beginning the book is designed more for the Intermediate and Advanced level of Programmer, but I can tell you from what I consider to be still a Junior Level programmer, the book contains so much useful information that can only help you grow more and more as a programmer/developer. The information is right here at your fingertips. You just need to either read the book from cover to cover (which is a difficult task) or have a good understanding how to use an Index to find the information you need. Only you will know which option is better for your level of programming.

I give the book five stars because it is worthy of any level to have this sitting on your desk so in case you have a question, Rod Stephens can quickly and easily give you the answer to your question in his book. Or he can point you in the right direction, which sometimes is more important in our advancing our knowledge.

To conclude this review, I quote an old Chinese Proverb which states, “Teachers open the door; but you must enter by yourself.” I believe Rod Stephens does an excellent job of this with his C# 5.0 Programmer’s Reference. Rod opens so many doors, but it is up to you to do your best to understand the information being provided. Rod makes that very easy with his great writing style.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid reference 30 juin 2014
Par B Heller - Publié sur
Format: Broché
If you’re a professional programmer, there’s a good chance this book will quickly pay for itself. It’s well organized, and there are hundreds of short code samples you can grab for use in your own applications. I also like the exercises at the end of each chapter because they’re challenging without being overly complicated. Five stars.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well written and satisfying for all levels. 29 septembre 2014
Par mgrahn - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is an excellent guide to the essential topics of the C# language. This book is not just a reference book, the author makes each topic interesting with excellent explanations with clear coding examples that helps enhance learning. If you choose to, try the challenging exercises at the end of each chapter to fortify the learning experience. Understanding the exercises will allow you to walk away with a solid understanding. I would recommend this book for all levels. For the advanced level, there should be enough meat in this book to further your understanding of C#. For other levels, there will be challenges but that will make this book satisfying.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 solid book 8 août 2014
Par A. Waters - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is now in my main 'stack' of books which is a short stack, and any good tech book is worth looking at more than once. Combine with Rod's other titles you have a wealth of knowledge to pull from here. Also when looking at books, look for authors who are active in the community. Rod also has a very helpful C# helper website and an active twitter feed with plenty of great examples. I find clarity in the subjects in this book, and the overall guidance is solid. Combining with mcsd toolkit for a strong understanding and application of the product line.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Every .NET programmer must have! 2 décembre 2014
Par Preston Hackett - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Very comprehensive read the ebook and had to purchase this book its a great reference! We use a different book at my University however I wish they used this one.
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