Especially the last section on Threading. Led by programming expert Jeffrey Richter, a longtime consultant to the Microsoft. NET book I have ever read. Background Threads What Now? No trivia or quizzes yet.
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The book assumes some level of knowledge not just of C but of programming in general. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Probably the best technical book I have ever read. Feb 09, David Sanchez rated it it was amazing. Also worth noting is how excellent the Kindle format is. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Constants and Fields Constants Fields 8.
Led by programming expert Jeffrey Richter, a longtime consultant to the Microsoft.
If, on the other hand, one is thinking about garbage collection, threading, and exception handling, and how the context of the CLR affects program performance, then definitely this text comes through on the title’s promise The Best Books of Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
This is one of those books where I feel like I learned something new on just about every jffrey, and I’m a fairly experienced developer. Modern X# Development Dino Esposito.
CLR via C# (Pro-Developer)
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Granted this is a hard subject to make lively and entertaining, but GD some of the sections were like chewing on a wet napkin. NET Framework Team since Buy this book and get ready to start cranking those mental cogs!
One person found this helpful. It was a fresh rewrite of the entire CLR explained. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. See all reviews. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Net developers, programming enthusiasts, people who enjoy fiddling with bits. He puts a lot of time into talking about strings and very good chapters on delegates and IDiposable and the garbage collection life cycle, as well as c,r a lot on Custom Attributes.
Every chapter is a ‘world clr via c# jeffrey richter itself’.
Programming for the Internet of Things Dawid M. And his enthusiasm is contagious as you wish and dream the project you are working on was targeting 4. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. You can tell he’s still completely turned on by the CLR, he loves it but retains room for its criticism where he sees fit which is rare, but justifiably scathing richtr times.
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If you are new to programming or to Cthis should probably not be your first or even second book on the subject. A valuable insight on various aspect of developing c applications.
Most of it dealt with the way threading and writing asynchronous code.