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Joseph Albahari is author of C# 3.0 in a Nutshell, LINQ Pocket Reference, and C# 3.0 Pocket Reference. He has been developing large-scale enterprise applications on .NET and other platforms for more than 15 years, and is author of LINQPad - the popular utility for querying databases in LINQ.
Joseph is currently a freelance consultant.
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Ben Albahari is the founder of Take On It. He was a Program Manager at Microsoft for 5 years, where he worked on several projects, including the .NET Compact Framework and ADO.NET.
He was the cofounder of Genamics, a provider of tools for C# and J++ programmers, as well as software for DNA and protein sequence analysis. He is a co-author of C# Essentials, the first C# book from O'Reilly, and of previous editions of C# in a Nutshell.
I've had Nutshell books in the past and they've been very useful. It may just be this book, maybe I shouldn't have bought it as an eBook or maybe times have changed. Read morePublished 14 months ago by R. Care
I bought this book to be used as a reference and it did NOT disappoint. I can honestly say this is a true gold mine of information all of which is concise and very well explained. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mr G.
How can anyone describe this as being "in a nutshell".. A pretty HUGE nutshell.. The old books with this name were quite small.. This is 1000 pages.. Read morePublished on 28 July 2012 by J. Rennie
I am not much of a book person. Saw nice reviews about this book and finally decided to have one, I am doing c# programming for last 8-9 years.. I loved it.. Read morePublished on 13 July 2012 by John Galt
A must have. It is a must have in any C# developer desk. When MSDN is not enough, this one is the reference.Published on 12 Jun. 2012 by elkerko
This is a brilliant reference book and joins a stable of equally brilliant reference books from this publisher. Read morePublished on 8 May 2012 by Michael
I'll keep this short and to the point - In my view every professional C# software engineer should have a copy of this on their desk, and another copy on their bedside table. Read morePublished on 27 Mar. 2012 by Richard