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Beginning C# Object-Oriented Programming (Expert's Voice in .NET) Paperback – 27 Mar 2013
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Daniel Clark is a Microsoft "Most Valued Professional" Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, and Microsoft Certified Database Administrator. For the last 7 years, he has been developing applications and training others how to develop applications using Microsoft technologies. Daniel's training experience runs the gamut from training novice programmers to training experienced developers on the nuances of COM programming. He finds particular satisfaction in turning new developers on to the thrill of developing and designing object-oriented applications.
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This book gives an ok introduction to C#, but it is somewhat shallow and leaves a lot of stuff unsaid. I would have cut down on some of the excercises and filled up with more details, but that is my preference.
Albeit, about half way through the book, I was able to figure out the syntax pieces I was looking for but it just seemed to be a bit outside the realm of what other "Beginning" books I have read were. Nonetheless, it was well written and would suffice as a good starter book for someone looking to get started in C# rather quickly without needing or wanting to know the "why" in addition to the "how."
In all fairness, I did take away several bits of useful material from this book.
This would be a great book for a 101 course in programming concepts.
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