I will widen the argument to all the raw movie footage that does not make the final cut. I would love to see all that footage given to fans to make complete remixes of movies.
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Quote from: mouser on April 29, 2010, 08:57:23 PM
C# 4.0 In A Nutshell looks quite good too.
Looks interesting. There is always a difficult balance that reference writers try to find in their books, as they try to cater to noobs and experts in the languge they are writing about. Murach SQL Server is only book I read that I feel found that balance. In any case I have my doubts about using a book like this as an introduction to a language.
I'm not sure which books are good at an introductory level, but once you've got the basics, there are three I'd recommend to help you really understand C#:
- Effective C# - this contains a lot of really useful information like when to use a class versus a struct, when and how to properly implement IComparable, etc.-CWuestefeld (April 30, 2010, 11:27 AM)
Here is the C# section on my free ebook site: http://appsapps.com/ebooks/?cat=10I also shy away from free books quite a bit. I don't know about the rest of you, but I don't like reading anything lengthy onscreen.
Might as well go for it, since they are all free.
This is one of the most popular books I have listed: http://www.programme...ven.com/2/CSharpBook-app103 (April 30, 2010, 01:06 PM)
C# 4.0 In A Nutshell looks quite good too.-mouser (April 29, 2010, 08:57 PM)
Ummm... he said C#
I've been purchasing the manning books as of late, and all of them have been good.
I can recommend without reservation
Also of note are Essential C# 3.0 and Professional C# 2008.-wraith808 (April 29, 2010, 08:55 PM)
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