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Author: Rob Miles

Publisher: Microsoft Press Pages: 512

This friendly, easy, full-color book puts you in total control of your own learning, empowering you to build unique and useful programs.

Author: Benjamin Perkins; Jacob Vibe Hammer; Jon D. Reid

Publisher: Wrox Pages: 912

Visual Studio 2017 updates feature a number of new tools and features that streamline the workflow, simplify the code, and make it easier than ever to build high-quality apps.

Author: KOGENT SOLUTIONS INC

Publisher: Wiley Pages:

Teaches you how to implement each language concept programmatically, by providing most appropriate examples with full explanations.

Author: Herb Schildt

Publisher: McGraw Hill Education; Pages: 984

The Complete Reference offers in-depth details on all aspects of C#, including keywords, syntax, and core libraries.

Author: Bill Sempf; Chuck Sphar; Stephen R. Davis

Publisher: For Dummies Pages: 840

C# is a complex programming language for building .NET-connected software for Microsoft Windows, cloud computing, the Web, and a wide range of devices.

Author: Paul J. Deitel; Harvey Deitel

Publisher: Prentice Hall Pages: 768

C# using an early classes and objects approach, then rapidly move on to more advanced topics, including LINQ, asynchronous programming with async and await and more.

Author: Phil Japikse; Philip Japikse

Publisher: Apress Pages: 1500

Readers will gain a solid foundation of object-oriented development techniques, attributes and reflection, generics and collections as well as numerous advanced topics.

Author: Joseph Albahari; Ben Albahari

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 1136

C# has become a language of unusual flexibility and breadth since its premiere in 2000, but this continual growth means there’s still much more to learn.

Author: Mark J. Price

Publisher: Packt Pages: 594

By the end of the book, you'll be armed with all the knowledge you need to build modern, cross-platform applications using C# and .NET Core.

Author: Mark J. Price; Ovais Mehboob Ahmed Khan

Publisher: Packt Pages: 668

You will understand.NET Standard 2.0 class libraries and ASP.NET Core 2.0, and create professional websites, services, and applications.

Author: John Paul Mueller; Bill Sempf; Chuck Sphar

Publisher: For Dummies Pages: 864

C# 7.0 All-in-One For Dummies offers a deep dive into C# for coders still learning the nuances of the valuable programming language.

Author: Joseph Albahari; Ben Albahari

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 1083

Organized around concepts and use cases, this updated edition provides intermediate and advanced programmers with a concise map of C# and .NET knowledge.

Author: Joseph Albahari; Ben Albahari

Publisher: O'Reilly Media Pages: 240

Easy-to-browse and ideal as a quick reference, this guide will help experienced C#, Java, and C++ programmers get up to speed with the latest version of the C# language.

Author: Mark J. Price

Publisher: Packt Pages: 798

Programming experience or have a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) background, and want to gain a solid foundation with C#.

Author: Ayobami Adewole

Publisher: Packt Pages: 300

Teach you how to create an ASP.NET Core MVC sample application, write testable code with SOLID principles and set up a dependency injection for your sample application.

Author: Neil Smyth

Publisher: Techotopia.com Pages:

Common Language Infrastructure, Common Intermediate Language and Virtual Execution System followed by simple steps to creating both Windows and console based C# applications.

Author: Aristides S. Bouras

Publisher: CSIPP Pages: 366

This book teaches computational and algorithmic thinking by taking very seriously one thing for granted—that the reader knows absolutely nothing about computer programming!

Author: Jon Skeet

Publisher: Manning Publications Pages: 614

In C# 5, you can do amazing things with generics, lambda expressions, dynamic typing, LINQ, iterator blocks, and other features.

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