Professional C# (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/3
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It is no exaggeration to describe the C# language and its associated environment, the .NET Framework, as the most important new technology for developers in many years. .NET provides a new environment within which you can develop almost any Windows-based or web-based application, while C# is a new programming language designed specifically to work with .NET.
Entirely revised and updated for the Golden Release of .NET, Professional C# 2nd Edition is the ideal introduction to the C# language and the .NET Framework, and will become an indispensable companion for any user of C# and .NET.
Offering an unparalleled breadth and depth of coverage, this book provides the information that you need to learn the key concepts of the C# language, and then takes you on to a complete exploration of programming the .NET Framework with C#, so that you are ready to develop powerful C# applications in the .NET environment.
Topics covered include:
- How to program in the object-oriented C# language
- Writing Windows applications and Windows services
- Writing web pages and web services with ASP.NET
- Manipulating XML using C#
- Understanding .NET Assemblies
- Using ADO.NET to access databases
- Integration with COM, COM+, and Active Directory
- Distributed applications with .NET Remoting
- Generating graphics, and printing documents using C#
- Accessing the Internet with C#, and network programming
- Handling files and the Registry, and controlling .NET security
This book is aimed at experienced developers, probably coming from a C++, Java, or VB background, but no previous experience of C# or .NET programming is assumed.
This book will provide the ideal introduction to writing C# programs on the .NET Framework for developers who are serious about C#, and want all the facts, now.
Apart from providing comprehensible details on the core C# subject, another strong point of this book lies in its problem solving approach.
Simon Robinson and his co-authors paid attention to the art of diagnosis and remedy. Almost all the code recipes for programming problems were laid out. Thus, by heeding these recipe explanations, C# programmers (or developers) would be in better position to judge accurately, and deliver efficient output.
Also worth noting, is how this book detailed the vital roles components like XML, ASP.NET, and ADO.NET play in C# programming. Every aspect of this book highlighted quality and practicality. However, anybody who is new to C# programming may be frustrated by its advanced approach to issues. Hence, I must state that this book was designed for advanced programmers. Beginners and intermediate learners should act wisely, and look for something with a mild outlook.
The book covers all important C# development topics, but I'm disappointed with the execution.
I've programmed extensively in C and C++ (although I have avoided the more esoteric portions of C++) and the level was just right for me. I would recommend that you know C well and C++ somewhat, however.
The real hallmark of a good book is how well the final chapters are written. Publishers require authors to cover certain topics. Usually, the authors know little of these so they peruse the Microsoft documentation, do a few small experiments, then rewrite the MS doc to create a short chapter near the end. If you read several lesser books you may think these sections all sound the same -- they are!
However, not so with this book. The end chapters are every bit as thorough as the initial ones (owing, I supect, to the fact that several people worked on the book). For example, the section on .NET Security was far more comprehensive and knowledgeable than in any other book I read.
This probably won't be the only book you'll buy on .NET/C##, bit I heartily recommend it as your first, and suspect it will always be that special "main reference." And if you were to buy only one, this is it!