Murach's C# 2010: Training & Reference
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- Format: Paperback
- Copyright: 10/11/2010
- Publisher: Mike Murach & Associates Inc
Note: Not guaranteed to come with supplemental materials (access cards, study guides, lab manuals, CDs, etc.)
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This is a self-paced, professional book that shows how to use Visual Studio 2010, C# 2010, and the .NET 4 classes to develop Windows Forms applications. It is an object-oriented book that shows how to use business classes, inheritance, and interfaces the way they are used in the real world. It's a database programming book that shows how to prototype professional database applications using RAD features like data sources, as well as how to start using ADO.NET to work directly with databases for more control.
And it is a book that shows you how to take advantage of 2010 features like optional parameters, named arguments, and code stubs, along with earlier features like object initialisers and LINQ. When you are done, you will be able to develop three-tiered, object-oriented applications the way the best professionals do. That is why we say: No other book teaches you so much, so fast, or so thoroughly.
This is the 2010 edition of Murach's best-selling C# book on developing Windows Forms applications. Here's what developers have said about earlier editions:
"I have to tell you that your C# book is far and away the best resource I have seen to date. It really does do what the learner needs. It is simple, straightforward, presents logical examples, and the two-page format is the best."
"With this book, I have quickly moved from being intimidated by C# to making it my language of choice, The fact that this process took me only 3 days should speak volumes about how effective this book is."
"I am actually flying through the C# book! And a lot of the topics I had problems with in the past are now making perfect sense."