Programming Microsoft® Visual C#® 2008: The Language

Programming Microsoft® Visual C#® 2008: The Language
Published:May 28, 2008Language:English
Author:Donis MarshallTechnology:Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
Length:784 PagesISBN 13:9780735625402

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About The BookThe definitive language reference for Visual C# 2008

Get the in-depth reference and pragmatic, real-world insights you need to exploit the enhanced language features and core capabilities in Visual C# 2008. Programming expert Donis Marshall deftly helps you build your proficiency with language features such as classes, structs, and other fundamentals, and helps you advance your expertise with more-advanced topics such as debugging, threading, and memory management. Combining an incisive reference with code samples and best practices, this developer reference focuses on details of the C# language you need to build innovative solutions.
About Donis MarshallDonis Marshall is a software engineer, consultant, and teacher with nearly 25 years’ experience and thousands of lines of code to his credit. An expert on C#, Microsoft Visual Basic, .NET Framework, debugging, and best practices, Donis has authored more than 30 courses and taught developers across the globe. He’s written several books, including PROGRAMMING MICROSOFT VISUAL C# 2005: THE LANGUAGE AND .NET SECURITY PROGRAMMING.
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