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eBook C# 4.0 How-To download

by Ben Watson

eBook C# 4.0 How-To download ISBN: 0672330636
Author: Ben Watson
Publisher: Sams Publishing; 1 edition (March 11, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 672
ePub: 1342 kb
Fb2: 1653 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Computer Science

Real Solutions for C . Programmers. NET Framework, C . How-To addresses a wide range of general programming problems and algorithms

Real Solutions for C . How-To addresses a wide range of general programming problems and algorithms. Along the way is clear, concise coverage of a broad spectrum of C techniques that will help developers of all levels become more proficient with C and the most popular. Fast, Reliable, and Easy to Use! Write more elegant, efficient, and reusable code.

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Ben Watson has been a software engineer at Microsoft since 2008. On the Bing platform team, he has built one of the world’s leading. NET-based, high-performance server applications, handling high-volume, low-latency requests across tens of thousands of machines for millions of customers. In his spare time, he enjoys geocaching, books of all kinds, classical music, and spending time with his wife L Ben Watson has been a software engineer at Microsoft since 2008.

This is the eBook version of the printed book.

Larry O'Brien interviews Ben Watson, Microsoft software engineer and author of C . How-To, about why performance isn't the most . Ben Watson: The book is structured as a list of topics that provide short, concise examples of how to accomplish a specific task. How-To, about why performance isn't the most important thing, the two amazing things about WCF, and his work with Big O notation and Bing. Each section discusses the features briefly and why and when you'll need to use them, as well as mentioning important "gotchas" or other tips that are helpful. I think in many ways the tips are what make the book unique and valuable.

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There were a couple things about this book that really compelled me. The format (this is a first How-To book by Sams for me so I assume it goes across the board) was very much like a focused blog. It was broken up into small posts about each topic. The other thing that compelled me was the amount of code samples. This is not a book that you can sit down and read.

Real Solutions for C# 4.0 Programmers

Need fast, robust, efficient code solutions for Microsoft C# 4.0? This book delivers exactly what you’re looking for. You’ll find more than 200 solutions, best-practice techniques, and tested code samples for everything from classes to exceptions, networking to XML, LINQ to Silverlight. Completely up-to-date, this book fully reflects major language enhancements introduced with the new C# 4.0 and .NET 4.0. When time is of the essence, turn here first: Get answers you can trust and code you can use, right now!

Beginning with the language essentials and moving on to solving common problems using the .NET Framework, C# 4.0 How-To addresses a wide range of general programming problems and algorithms. Along the way is clear, concise coverage of a broad spectrum of C# techniques that will help developers of all levels become more proficient with C# and the most popular .NET tools.

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Write more elegant, efficient, and reusable code Take advantage of real-world tips and best-practices advice Create more effective classes, interfaces, and types Master powerful data handling techniques using collections, serialization, databases, and XML Implement more effective user interfaces with both WPF and WinForms Construct Web-based and media-rich applications with ASP.NET and Silverlight Make the most of delegates, events, and anonymous methods Leverage advanced C# features ranging from reflection to asynchronous programming Harness the power of regular expressions Interact effectively with Windows and underlying hardware Master the best reusable patterns for designing complex programs
Comments: (7)
Akisame
While this does cover everything in C# 4.0, it is also an advanced class in how to really use C#, and has most of the algorithms you might ever need in C#. Very impressive. It really distills down C# to it's essence. The code is also very instructive and easy to read. It has no documentation in the code, and needs none. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has been using C# for awhile and wants to take it to the next level and produce really professional C# code. For example, do you know how to compare strings if they are not in English? All in all, a really good book. I got the Kindle version for my iPod, and after reading it I went back and ordered the hard copy version.
Delaath
On his website, Ben Watson has frequently treated us to an ongoing series of golden nuggets on how he went about resolving this or that programming challenge while he worked for GeoEye, and later for Microsoft, complete with relevant code and a step-through of his logic. This book is a wide-ranging mother lode of similar C# solutions, in the same crisp and efficient format and voice we were expecting. Better yet -- the code samples are available on the publisher's website, which is great for those who dread fat fingering code. All in all this is a rather nice how-to guide and reference, which seems well suited for beginners, intermediates, and advanced C# users alike.
Ericaz
I am an experienced programmer and I still found this book very useful. The examples in the book are straight forward and easy to learn. After 13 years of development, there was nothing "new" in the book, but it did present "new" ways of doing things in C# 4.0 way.

The book is very diverse covering everything from the basics,WPF, XAML, Silverlight, WCF, etc. The only con is that it tries to cover to much. It would have been more useful had it spent more time on each subject area.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this book.
Tori Texer
This book is a collection of C# code examples that solve hundreds of different problems.

The good news:

The sample code covers a wide range of topics including networks, graphics, printing, storage, databases, hardware interaction, etc.

It is easy to use the `Contents at a Glance' outline to see if a particular topic of interest is covered in the book. I highly recommend looking at the table of contents before buying.

The examples follow a clear `here is a problem,' and `here is a solution' format.

While there is plenty of similar information available free on the web, for example via the Microsoft MSDN portal, Ben Watson's book has been tested with, and takes advantage of VC# 2010 and .Net 4. It also avoids some of the poor coding practice (and non-functional or irrelevant code) that makes it onto the web.

The bad news:

Before using this book, I suggest that a reader needs some knowledge of C#, the .NET Framework, and Windows basics since the embedded comments and explanatory text are rather brief. This should not be the first programming book you pick up.

The text was based on the VC# 2010 beta version. Perhaps for this reason it does not address some implementation details and shortcuts, nor differences between Express and full Visual Studio editions.

Since there is no DVD with the book, it is not possible to copy/paste the code to try the examples, or to graft them into your own programs.
Balladolbine
Would recommend this book to developers who want to brush up on their C# skills and who need a practical reference book in the workplace. Refreshing to read a book without all the wordy narrative.
Daron
The content is excellant. The concept is excellant: Give me a how to do things in C# without all the fluff. I don't need to read about the beginnings of .NET again!
This book has great code, but seems a little disorganized. I am using it as a reference when I get stuck and it works for that. All in all I am very satisfied. Could not give it a 5 star though.
Kifer
This book's title does not quite match its content but the book's introduction does indicate this. This is primarily a very good book of code and code algorithms in the .NET framework using C#. That being said the book does cover the changes made to the .NET 4.0 framework and to C# 4.0.

The code is very well written--it is beautiful well structured communicative code. The code in the book is sparsely commented; it is so well-written that few comments are needed. As I have said, in many ways the book is a book of code algorithms, for example, in chapter 5 Convert Between Number Bases, Convert a Number to Bytes, Determine if an Integer is Even, Determine if a Number is Prime, Count the Number of 1 Bits etc. All these code examples are useful algorithms but have nothing to do with .NET Framework 4.0 or C# 4.0 per se.

Despite what the Introduction says this is decidedly not a book for beginners. While they may be able to find useful algorithms here and there the content of the book is way too terse for a beginner to follow and they should turn to other books for a more complete introduction to C#. Chapter 8 on regular expressions will only be useful to programmers that already have the basics of regular expressions well-understood otherwise even the first few code examples will leave them scratching their heads. This book does not do any hand-holding but rather shows you in very practical ways how to use the C# language and the .NET framework.

I loved the code examples using dynamic types as this was the best example I have yet seen of using them in a practical straight-forward way. The code is the book is not just useful and terse but it is also elegant. For example, the ternary operator is used multiple times in the CompressFile project in Chapter 11 producing really elegant concise and clear code.

The book, not the down-loadable code, has a few errors and code bugs but very few, for example:
Pg 16 code won't compile since _x is private and therefore not accessible to the derived class
Pg 17 line Console.WriteLine(d.MyProperty().ToString()); wont compile
Pg 17 code wont compile, class Derived not inheriting from Base class--missing : base
DoSomething method in class Derived needs to be marked override not virtual to eliminate compiler warning
Pg 65 example code given says, "Because ArgumentNullException is a type of ArgumentException, and ArgumentException is first in the catch list, it will be called." This is not true as the compiler is smart enough to recognize the problem and results in a compiler error and therefore the code will not even run.

I recommend this book for intermediate and advanced developers. Read the book and study the code examples and you will:
1) Learn the .NET Framework 4.0
2) Learn C# 4.0
3) Add to your inventory of useful code algorithms
4) Improve your written code by reading and studying the elegant code in this book.