Computer Programming – C#

C# Programming (10)

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  • C# in a Nutshell

    By Ben Albahari, Peter Dayton, Ted Neward A desktop reference to Microsoft C# programming language. It covers the language elements, tool reference and lots more.

    C# in a Nutshell

  • Mastering Visual C#.NET

    By Jason Price and Mike Gunderloy This book was written for budding C# programmers. This book contains everything you need to know to master C#. No prior programming experience is assumed, but if you already know a programming language such as Java, C++, or Visual Basic, you’ll be off to a running start. You may even know C# already; if so, you’ll find that this book delves deeper into the advanced C# and .NET topics than most other books.

  • Fundamentals of Computer Programming with C#

    By Svetlin Nakov & Co. This book is designed specifically to teach you to think like a programmer and the C# language is just a tool that can be replaced by any other modern programming languages, such as Java, C++, PHP or Python.

  • C# in a Nutshell

    By Ben Albahari, Peter Drayton and Ted Neward This book is a detailed but succinct reference to the C# programming language and the .NET types familiar to most C# programmers.

    C# in a Nutshell

  • Object Oriented Programming using C#

    By Simon Kendal This book aims to instill the reader with an understanding of the object oriented approach to programming and aims to develop some practical skills along the way. C# programming language is used to highlight and demonstrate the fundamental principles of Object Oriented Programming in this book.


    By DIGIPEN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY The curriculum provides instructors with the materials to give students a solid foundation and clear understanding of the fundamental concepts of the C# programming language.

  • Object-oriented Programming in C# for C and Java programmers

    By Kurt Nørmark This is a teaching material about object-oriented programming, illustrated with use of the programming language C#.

  • Programming in C#

    By Cengage Learning Our intent here is not to make you an expert programmer—any more than our purpose in Chapter 4 was to make you an expert circuit designer. Indeed, there is much about the language that we will not even discuss. You will, however, get a sense of what programming in a high-level language is like, and perhaps you will see why some people think it is one of the most fascinating of human endeavors.

    Programming in C#

  • Programming C#

    By Ian Griffiths, Matthew Adams, and Jesse Liberty C# Programming The book begins by looking at the details of the C# language that you will use in everyday programming. We then look at the most common parts of the .NET Framework class library that you will also use very regularly. Next, we move into some more xv specialized areas of the framework. Finally, we look at some of the application frameworks for building Windows and web applications in .NET.

    Programming C#