Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0 (英語) ペーパーバック – 2016/4/11
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About the author
Christian Nagel is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies, software architect, and veteran developer who has been building solutions with .NET technologies since 2000. A prolific author of .NET books, he also speaks at international conferences including TechEd and Tech Days, and supports .NET user groups. Christian is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Professional Developer for Universal Windows apps and ASP.NET.
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I've only had this book for a couple of days, but already I can see that it's surpassed my expectations. It not only covers the C# language (my primary purpose in getting it) but also much more about .NET and programming for Windows. At 1464 pages, there's plenty to be getting on with.
The writing style is definitely aimed at people who already know a bit. If you're a complete programming newbie, you'll probably want to be looking elsewhere.
Aufgrund des Umfangs ist es empfehlenswert, das Buch nach interessanten Kapiteln durchzulesen.
Also, (Code on page 20) the NetStandard.Library moniker shown under the "dependencies" section of the sample project.json file is obsolete. It has been replaced by Microsoft.NETCore.App. This mistake propagates into subsequent chapters.
If the code is still in RC or Preview status, write a blog post or at most, a 200-300 page book on getting started. Don't write the 1400+ page professional edition until development slows down. To learn more about the current state of .NET Core, read Microsoft's .NET blog.
5 start reviews for a 1400+ page professional level programming book, containing thousands of lines of sample code, posted less than 30 days after publication, should be taken with a grain of salt.