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This book will provide C# developers the core knowledge and skills to pass the MCSD 70-483 certification exam: Programming in C#. Each chapter covers one of the core subject domains---referred to as "objectives"---that comprise the essential body of knowledge for this examination.
The authors include experienced trainers who advised Microsoft on the development of its certification programs; they understand both the objectives and what it takes to master them. They will take a unique tutorial approach to this book not of... MORE
Each lesson in the book includes a step-by-step lab tutorial, inviting readers to practice what they've just learned in order to reinforce learning. The companion website will include solutions to all of the labs, so students can evaluate their progress as they work through the training kit.
The accompanying website will include:
Chapter 1: Introducing the Programming C# Certification 1
Chapter 2: Basic Program Structure 19
Chapter 3: Working with the Type System 59
Chapter 4: Using Types 113
Chapter 5: Creating and Implementing Class Hierarchies 161
Chapter 6: Working with Delegates, Events, and Exceptions 575
Chapter 7: Multithreading and Asynchronous Processing 577
Chapter 8: Creating and Using Types with Reflection, Custom Attributes, the CodeDOM, and Lambda Expressions 578
Chapter 10: Working with Language Integrated Query (LINQ) 431
Chapter 11: Input Validation, Debugging, and Instrumentation 469
Chapter 12: Using Encryption and Managing Assemblies 527
Appendix: Answers to Sample Test Questions 571
Tiberiu Covaci is a Senior Trainer and Mentor, a Microsoft MVP, and an ASP Insider. He speaks about Microsoft technologies at conferences and user groups around the world.
Gerry O'Brien is a program manager at Microsoft. He has authored or coauthored several books.
Rod Stephens is a Microsoft MVP and the author of more than 20 books and 250 articles.
Vincent Varallo is the author of ASP.NET 3.5 Enterprise Application Development with 2008 and has been developing applications in the .NET Framework for more than 10 years.