( ebook Pdf ) Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0 ↠ Christian Nagel – PDF, Kindle ePUB & TXT



12 thoughts on “Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0

  1. says:

    I am at page 200 or so now, and have no doubt about the value of the book. I kind of love this book. I am sure that I will read to the last pages of it some day.

    Problem is, it is way too verbose, extremely verbose. I am skipping almost 80% of the words, to exaggerate a bit. It is very hard to find the key point of

  2. says:

    I'm only a few chapters into this book, but already I love it and know it was an excellent choice. This book assumes no existing knowledge of C# and very little knowledge of programming in general. Those who have C# experie

  3. says:

    This book is too comprehensive. The introduction takes you to page xviii, just telling you what it is going to tell you. Chapter 1 a history of.NET, CLR, Visual Studio etc.you're on page 38 before addressing the to

  4. says:

    This book covers EVERYTHING! (almost) Wrox comes through again with top of industry content and presentation. Details you wont find elsewhere. If it is in C# 7 and Core 2.0 it is in this book. 1325 pages of examples and demonstrations without t

  5. says:

    Great overview for any experienced programmers who don't know C# or who just need to learn the latest developments on this fast changing world of.NET Core. Well written and informative, each chapter gives a nice overview of a topic,

  6. says:

    The way the writer sets up the concepts is hard to follow. Developers usually establish the "what" first then work towards the how. The writer takes the opposite approach of explaining the how first before explaining what he is building towards

  7. says:

    A very thorough and exhaustive reflection and tutorial on all things related to C#. I can't recommend it highly enough and since it's mainly referencing core C# it should hold relevancy for years to come.

  8. says:

    This is the most complete book still in 2020 for.NET Core. It might not cover.net core 3.x and above but it still covers everything you need to know to get up and running in everything the.NET Framework has to offer. It also features

  9. says:

    Disappointing as I prefer hard copy books.

    The font is so small this 52 yr old cant read it, returning for the kindle

  10. says:

    This is a great book, very detailed and touching on the main areas of C# /.net programming. I would recommend it to beginners and mid advanced people.

  11. says:

    As for most Wrox books this book gives in depth coverage of.Net Core 2. By the time I get through the end I presume that I

  12. says:

    I use the book as study book. Not thet I am new to C# and.NET and its jungle.
    I jou go through it its verry verry dense in information. When you go through the chapters and make the exsamples you think you understand. Then after a few chapters you go over the chapter again and find that you did not grasp it all. Then going over moere additional chapters and reading the chapter again you find out that you missed some terms and even after

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characters ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Christian Nagel

Al Studio will bring significant changes to the way C# developers interact with the space bringingNET to non Microsoft platforms and incorporating tools from other platforms like Docker Gulp and NPM Guided by a leadingNET expert and steeped in real world practicality this guide is designed to get you up to date and back to work With Microsoft speeding up its release cadence while offering significant improvement with each update it has never been important to get a handle on new tools and features uickly This book is designed to do just that and everything you need to know about C# is right here in the single volume resour. This book covers EVERYTHING almost Wrox comes through again with top of industry content and presentation Details you wont find elsewhere If it is in C 7 and Core 20 it is in this book 1325 pages of examples and demonstrations without too much duplication and repeating Unlike most books on VS 2017 this one is full of useful and detailed information

characters Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0

Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0

Ce on every developers shelf Tour the many new and enhanced features packed into C# 7 andNET Core 20 Learn how the latest Visual Studio update makes developers jobs easier Streamline your workflow with a new focus on code simplification and performance enhancement Delve into improvements made for localization networking diagnostics deployments and Whether youre entirely new to C# or just transitioning to C# 7 having a solid grasp of the latest features allows you to exploit the languages full functionality to create robust high uality apps Professional C# 7 andNET Core 20 is the one stop guide to everything you need to kno. This is the most complete book still in 2020 forNET Core It might not covernet core 3x and above but it still covers everything you need to know to get up and running in everything theNET Framework has to offer It also features great chapters on Dependency Injection and Testing which is something most books either briefly cover of just gloss over

characters ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Christian Nagel

The professionals guide to C# 7 with expert guidance on the newest features Professional C# 7 andNET Core 20 provides experienced programmers with the information they need to work effectively with the worlds leading programming language The latest C# update added many new features that help you get done in less time and this book is your ideal guide for getting up to speed uickly C# 7 focuses on data consumption code simplification and performance with new support for local functions tuple types record types pattern matching non nullable reference types immutable types and better support for variables Improvements to Visu. This book is too comprehensive The introduction takes you to page xviii just telling you what it is going to tell you Chapter 1 a history ofNET CLR Visual Studio etcyou re on page 38 before addressing the topic of C Good editing could probably shave a couple hundred pages from the book while making it clear The book contains such gems as In case it shouldn t be allowed to create a class that derives from your class your class should be sealedpg 116I am continuing to slog through the book while looking for something better