C# in Depth

Manning, 2008 - 392 páginas

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: explore a few things deeply rather than offer a shallow view of the whole C# landscape. If you often find yourself wanting just a little more at the end of a typical chapter, this is the book for you.

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 context of how C# has evolved without a lengthy rehearsal of the full C# language.

C# in Depth briefly examines the history of C# and the .NET framework and reviews a few often-misunderstood C# 1 concepts that are very important as the foundation for fully exploiting C# 2 and 3. Because the book addresses C# 1 with a light touch, existing C# developers don't need to pick through the book in order to find new material to enhance their skills.

This book focuses on the C# 2 and 3 versions of the language, but clearly explains where features are supported by changes in the runtime (CLR) or use new framework classes. Each feature gets a thorough explanation, along with a look on how you'd use it in real life applications.

C# in Depth is both a vehicle for learning C# 2 and 3 and a reference work. Although the coverage is in-depth, the text is always accessible: You'll explore pitfalls that can trip you up, but you'll skip 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.

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Sobre o autor (2008)

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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