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Jennifer Greene studied philosophy in college but, like everyone else in the field, couldn't find a job doing it. Luckily, she's a great software tester, so she started out doing it at an online service, and that's the first time she got a good sense of what project management was. She moved to New York in 1998 to test software at a financial software company. She managed a team of testers at a really cool startup that did artificial intelligence and natural language processing. Since then, she's managed large teams of programmers, testers, designers, architects, and other engineers on lots of projects, and she's done a whole bunch of procurement management. She loves traveling, watching Bollywood movies, drinking carloads of carbonated beverages, and owing a whippet. For more information about Jennifer, Andrew Stellman, and their books, visit http://www.stellman-greene.com.
It's great. I might have to update the review once I'm at least halfway with the book, but for now I have to say, yes, do buy it if you need or want to learn C#. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alisa
As a beginner, I love this book. This book has so many examples to work from. Visual style of the book is really good, it explains stuff to you in such a easy manner. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mr A Haidary
Great book I recommend it I absolutely anyone who wants to learn C# and I mean really learn it because it's not a guide its more like a teacherPublished 22 months ago by Demian
Like many other reviews, I am finding this book an excellent introduction to C#. Practical and fun, I am making considerable headway through the projects and tasks placed before... Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2013 by J. Prior
This is an excellent book which takes the dryness out of programming literature and is written in a novel and fun way. Read morePublished on 14 Jun. 2010 by Mr. M. C. Michel
Great book for begginers explains how to do everything step by step with lots of tutorials and examples. Read morePublished on 1 May 2010 by Adam Gnourie
I found this book to be very helpful and a very entertaining method of getting up to speed with C#. It follows the usual Heads First style of offering a fun oriented approach to... Read morePublished on 14 Nov. 2009 by W. Boles
Get your hands dirty writing C# code! This book explains code in a very innovative way: how things work, why and let you master the concepts by doing it. Read morePublished on 8 Nov. 2009 by Amazon Customer
I bought this book based on the reviews.......did the reviewers actually read this book!
It's probably the worst self learning book I have come across, full of junk that makes... Read more