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In my quest to read all the books I have lying on my bookshelf I have finally got round to finishing C# Concisely (ISBN 0-321-15418-5). While this book was fairly old, I found it to be quite useful for a student wanting to learn C# for the first time, and a nice way to review and make I hadn’t missed something when I was learning the language.

The book is simple and explains the basic concepts in a clean manner, but is really intended for the beginner programmer – it also had a few chapters dedicated to winforms, which was an indication of its age. None the less, I will keep it on the bookshelf so when I come across someone who is wanting to learn the language I can give them it as a gift.


Posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 8:20 AM C# | Back to top

Comments on this post: C# Concisely by Judith Bishop & Nigel Horspool

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Well, I have also read the book and confirm your opinion.
I agree the chapter in winforms are useless and could be deleted.
We should remeber that this book is relatively old and this is the
reason why winforms were still famous at the time writing the book.
Left by طراحی سایت on Jun 28, 2011 1:27 PM

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