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C# in Depth, 3rd Edition [Jon Skeet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary C# in Depth, Third Edition updates the best-selling second. C# in Depth, Second Edition is a thoroughly revised, up-to-date book that covers Author image not provided, Jon Skeet. No contact information provided yet. C# in Depth, Second Edition. 10 reviews. by Jon Skeet. Publisher: Manning Publications. Release Date: November ISBN: View table of.

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Capturing variables in anonymous methods. Some sections are very hard to grasp, that are advanced which most of skeft are not using, but it is good to know. Making your code super awesome.

As a C developer, you also need to be up to the task. Exposing internal members to selected assemblies. Implementing iterators the easy way 6. Documenting contracts with ccdocgen. Letting your code speak more clearly with Code Contracts Chapter No trivia or quizzes yet. First, I liked the way skete Skeet touches upon features from C 1 and It is rare to see a book that simply explains the features of a language being so engrossing while informative at the same time.

Cutting fluff with a smart compiler Chapter 9. Naomi Ceder Foreword by Nicholas Tollervey. You’ll find yourself coming skeey later to that section and going through it once again to better understand.

If you are an intermediate to the language I would recommend readin Have been fortunate enough to meet Jon and listen to his talks at some Microsoft conferences. Considering his main job role is in Java he has an astonishing breadth of knowledge of C presented well in this book. Feb 13, Jeff Dalton rated it it was amazing. Open Preview See a Problem?

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Following the expert guidance of C legend Jon Skeet, you’ll master asynchronous functions, expression-bodied members, interpolated strings, tuples, and much more.

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The author is very knowledgeable of the subject. Minor changes to simplify code And I surely will recommend this to all programmers friends.

May 03, Rijdzuan Sampoerna rated it liked it. Online sample chapter at http: C in Depth by Jon Skeet. Mar 10, Jdennis rated deptj liked it. The book have a friendly tone with the occasional humor which takes away some of the dullness that comes with reading such a book which is closer to studying than to reading.

Now I know what I was missing! NET developer, you’ll use C whether you’re building an advanced enterprise application or just pushing out a quick ASP. sdcond

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Maybe it’s time for something more. Implementing iterators the easy way Chapter 7. Any news on this? Entity Framework 4 in Action.

Life before extension methods. Language features by version A. Sep 16, Ahmed Salem rated it liked it. What’s more, the difficulty of this material gave me an idea: There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be deptth for you. Dec 25, Srinivas Reddy Thatiparthy rated it it was amazing Skeeg Don’t refresh or navigate away from the page. The updated ebook came out recently, and the printed version is out already. This book is your ticket! Functional Programming in C How to write better C code.

I was on the C train from. Chris Hay and Brian H. If you are fan of C then this is a book you should read. C 5, 6 and 7 have added a host of new features to help you write better code with tuples, string interpolation, pattern matching, and more. Introduction 1 Survival of the sharpest 1. Simple and effective language, clear and concise code samples make reading this book well worth it. Jan 19, Bill. Books by Jon Skeet. Inline delegate actions with anonymous methods. Although, the first chapters seem me too easy.

Fortunately this issue only affects the ebook version — the files shipped to the printer are correct. In terms of recommendations, I’d be more likely to refer people to chapters of the book r I didn’t really like the book at all for the first 3 sections – I felt like it, ironically, didn’t give ENOUGH detail.