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A Programmer's Guide to C# 5.0 4 Edition
Contributor(s): Gunnerson, Eric, Wienholt, Nick

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ISBN: 143024593X     ISBN-13: 9781430245933
Publisher: Apress
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Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: November 2012
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A Programmer’s Guide to C# 5.0 is a book for software developers who want to truly understand C#. Whether you’ve worked with C# before or with another general-purpose programming language, each fast-paced, focused chapter will take you straight to the heart of a feature of C# and show you why it works the way it does.

Written by one-time C# Test Lead, Program Manager, and member of the original C# language design team, this book is an ideal companion to the C# Language Specification, and works both as a tutorial and as a reference guide. Now in its fourth edition, you will find up-to-date coverage of all the latest C# features, including Linq, covariance and contravariance, and async support.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Use C# features effectively, in the way they were intended
  • Apply the newest C# features to your coding problems
  • Streamline your database code using LINQ
  • Use async support and the task parallel library to improve performance.
  • Program more efficiently, effectively, and with real insight into this mature and exciting language, with A Programmer’s Guide to C# 5.0.

Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Computers | Programming Languages | C#
Dewey: 005
Academic/Grade Level: Professional
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 9.00" H x 7.50" W x 1.00" (1.85 lbs) 600 pages
 
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Contributor Bio(s): Eric Gunnerson is a software developer working at Microsoft. He is a past C# Test Lead, C# Program Manager, and member of the C# Language Design Team. He s been a developer for longer than he cares to admit, and has worked on everything from microcontrollers to minicomputers. In his spare time, he enjoys writing about himself in the third person.
 
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