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Joseph Albahari & Ben Albahari
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Oktober 2007
This is a concise yet thorough reference to C# 3.0 programming as implemented in Microsoft's Visual Studio 2008. C# 3.0 in a Nutshell gets right to the point, covering the essentials of language syntax and usage as well as the parts of the .NET base class libraries you need to build working applications. But unlike earlier editions, this book is now organized entirely around concepts and use cases, providing greater depth and readability. C# 3.0 introduces the most significant enhancements yet to the programming language, and C# 3.0 in a Nutshell delves deep into the subject while assuming minimal prior knowledge of C#-making it accessible to anyone with a reasonable background in programming. In addition to the language, the book covers the .NET CLR and the core Framework assemblies, along with the unified querying syntax called Language Integrated Query (LINQ), which bridges the traditional divide between programs and their data sources. Free of clutter and long introductions, this book provides a map of C# 3.0 knowledge in a succinct and unified style: * Opening chapters concentrate purely on C#, starting with the basics of syntax, types and variables, and finishing with advanced topics such as unsafe code and preprocessor directives * Later chapters cover the core .NET 3.5 Framework, including such topics as LINQ, XML, collections, I/O and networking, memory management, reflection, attributes, security, threading, application domains and native interoperability Designed as a handbook for daily use, C# 3.0 in a Nutshell is an ideal companion to any of the vast array of books that focus on an applied technology such as WPF, ASP.NET, or WCF. The areas of the language and .NET Framework that such books omit, this one covers in detail.

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  • Taschenbuch: 858 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 3 (Oktober 2007)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0596527578
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596527570
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,4 x 15,2 x 4,3 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 246.046 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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This is a concise yet thorough reference to C# 3.0 programming as implemented in Microsoft's Visual Studio 2008. "C# 3.0 in a Nutshell" gets right to the point, covering the essentials of language syntax and usage as well as the parts of the .NET base class libraries you need to build working applications. But unlike earlier editions, this book is now organized entirely around concepts and use cases, providing greater depth and readability. C# 3.0 introduces the most significant enhancements yet to the programming language, and "C# 3.0 in a Nutshell" delves deep into the subject while assuming minimal prior knowledge of C# - making it accessible to anyone with a reasonable background in programming. In addition to the language, the book covers the .NET CLR and the core Framework assemblies, along with the unified querying syntax called Language Integrated Query (LINQ), which bridges the traditional divide between programs and their data sources.Free of clutter and long introductions, this book provides a map of C# 3.0 knowledge in a succinct and unified style: opening chapters concentrate purely on C#, starting with the basics of syntax, types and variables, and finishing with advanced topics such as unsafe code and preprocessor directives; later chapters cover the core .

NET 3.5 Framework, including such topics as LINQ, XML, collections, I/O and networking, memory management, reflection, attributes, security, threading, application domains and native interoperability. Designed as a handbook for daily use, "C# 3.0 in a Nutshell" is an ideal companion to any of the vast array of books that focus on an applied technology such as WPF, ASP.NET, or WCF. The areas of the language and .NET Framework that such books omit, this one covers in detail.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Joseph Albahari is a core C# design architect at Egton Medical Information Systems, the largest primary healthcare software supplier in the UK. He has been developing large-scale enterprise applications on .NET and other platforms for more than 15 years, working in medical, telecommunication and education industries. Joseph specializes in writing custom components and controls, and has designed application component frameworks for three companies.Ben Albahari is currently involved in the bioinformatics business. He was a Program Manager at Microsoft for 5 years, where he worked on several projects, including the .NET Compact Framework and ADO.NET.He was the cofounder of Genamics, a provider of tools for C# and J++ programmers, as well as software for DNA and protein sequence analysis. He is a co-author of C# Essentials, the first C# book from O'Reilly, and of previous editions of C# in a Nutshell.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Erstaunlich gut! 3. Januar 2008
Format:Taschenbuch
Was meine ich mit "Erstaunlich gut"? Nun, im Zeitalter von Google möchte man meinen, dass eine "Desktop Quick Reference" in Buchform nun doch irgendwie überflüssig sei.

Schlägt man aber in "C# in a Nutshell" ein Thema nach, wird man häufig positiv überrascht: Erklärungen ohne viel Bla Bla, gut auf den Punkt gebracht - und in dieser Qualität dann evtl. doch nicht durchgängig auf die Schnelle im Internet zu finden.

Bei aller Kürze setzt das Buch an den richtigen Stellen genügend "Fließtext" ein, auch gehen die Autoren häufig erstaunlich tief in das jeweilige Thema hinein. Immer wieder bringen zusätzliche Anmerkungen noch das zusätzliche Quentchen Information (und hier und da auch so manchen Aha-Effekt).

(Nicht-C#) Entwicklern, die neu in C# einsteigen, würde ich das Buch sofort empfehlen. Auch wer C# ein wenig beherrscht und sowohl die Sprache besser kennenlernen will als auch die neuen C# 3.0 Features erlernen möchte, sollte zugreifen.
Ob langjährige C#-Profis das Buch brauchen, muss jeder für sich selbst entscheiden - da könnten manchem die Ressourcen im Internet vielleicht doch aussreichen.

Das mindert jedoch nicht die Qualität des Buches, weshalb ich gerne 5 Sterne für "C# 3.0 in a Nutshell" gebe.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Reference 20. Dezember 2007
Von Scott Guthrie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought a copy of this book earlier in the week, and have been extremely impressed with it. It is one of the few books I keep on my desk as a quick reference.

What I like about the book is that it packs a lot of content, yet is structured in a way that is easy to read and lookup. Previous Nutshell series books I've used were more of an API reference (and contributed little over what you can lookup online in MSDN). This book doesn't focus on API listings (although it does include some tables of them), instead it quickly explains the relevant concepts in each chapter and provides real world code snippets showing how to use them.

Although called C# 3.0 in a Nutshell, the book covers much more than just C# as a language. The last 600 pages covers much of the core .NET Framework Base Class library - and has good chapters and samples on LINQ, XML, Streams, Regular Expressions, Threading, Collections, Serialization, etc. There is enough on each subject to be useful, while still being a quick read and easy to quickly look things up.

All in all, a book I recommend.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good tutorial and a great reference 17. Oktober 2007
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This book is for those who may have no prior knowledge of C#, but some general programming experience is necessary. If you're already familiar with C# 2.0, you'll find more than a hundred pages dedicated to LINQ and other new C# 3.0 features. In addition, many other chapters are designed to add to your existing knowledge of C# and the core Framework. If you're looking for a book that skims every NET Framework technology, this is not for you.

The first three chapters after the introduction are solely about C#. This section starts with syntax, types, and variables. It concludes with advanced topics such as unsafe code and preprocessor directives. Sections that apply only to C# 3.0 are clearly marked as such. If you're new to the language, you should read these chapters sequentially, with the exception of Chapter 4, whose sections can be read in any order. The remaining chapters cover the core NET Framework, which includes such topics as collections, LINQ, XML, streams, networking, reflection, security, threading, application domains, working with native DLLs, and diagnostics. You can read most of these chapters randomly, except for Chapter 6, Chapter 7, and Chapter 13, which lay a foundation for subsequent topics. The three chapters on LINQ are also best read in sequence.

The examples in this book require a C# 3.0 (or 2.0) compiler in conjunction with the Microsoft NET Framework 3.5 (or 3.0/2.0). You will also require Microsoft's NET documentation. The easiest way to get all three along with an integrated development environment is to install Microsoft Visual Studio. Any edition is suitable for what's taught in this book, including Visual Studio Express, which is currently a free download. Visual Studio also includes an express edition of SQL Server, required to run the LINQ to SQL examples, and IntelliSense, which pops up type member listings as you type.

Another option, if you don't mind using a plain-text editor and building at the command line, is to download the NET Framework SDK. This includes the compiler, NET documentation, and additional command-line tools. The lightest option is to download and install just the Microsoft NET Framework Runtime. This includes the command-line compiler; however, it doesn't include other command-line tools or any documentation. The table of contents, not currently shown as part of the product description, is shown next.

Chapter 1. Introducing C# and the NET Framework
Chapter 2. C# Language Basics
Chapter 3. Creating Types in C#
Chapter 4. Advanced C#
Chapter 5. Framework Overview
Chapter 6. Framework Fundamentals
Chapter 7. Collections
Chapter 8. LINQ Queries
Chapter 9. LINQ Operators
Chapter 10. LINQ to XML
Chapter 11. Other XML Technologies
Chapter 12. Disposal and Garbage Collection
Chapter 13. Streams and I/O
Chapter 14. Networking
Chapter 15. Serialization
Chapter 16. Assemblies
Chapter 17. Reflection and Metadata
Chapter 18. Security
Chapter 19. Threading
Chapter 20. Asynchronous Methods
Chapter 21. Application Domains
Chapter 22. Integrating with Native DLLs
Chapter 23. Diagnostics
Chapter 24. Regular Expressions
Appendix A. C# Keywords
Appendix B. Namespace-to-Assembly Reference
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Solid C# Reference Book 22. April 2009
Von George - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Own both this book and C# 3.0 Pocket Reference by the same authors. Pocket Reference is a great little book, it is short on detail and in depth information on the subject. In the Pocket Reference that is fine, but for more detail and in depth information C# 3.0 in a Nutshell is a good quality book. It is not one of the books that I have read cover to cover, but C# in a Nutshell is one of the first books I pull off the book shelf when I need to look up a concept. As stated in the title, it is a reference book and does that job very well. If the reader has a background in programming and just needs a reference book on C# concepts this is a solid book.

As one reviewer stated the book does have excess material which is not directly related to C#. That doesn't mean the information isn't important or valuable to anyone writing C# code.

If you want a quick overview of a concept and a peak at a code example, the Pocket Reference will do. If on the other hand you want a better understanding of the concept, choose C# In a Nutshell.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very good nutshell book 10. Februar 2008
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I recommend it for people who have already been programming in C# for a while and finally want to get all their facts straight. Also highly recommended for beginners to C#. This is however, not a programming tutorial.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Manual for the Experienced Developer 20. Februar 2009
Von Nikola Stjelja - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
C# 3.0 in a Nutshell is an excellent manual and reference book if you are an experienced developer looking to learn the latest version of the C# language.
This book can be separated in three parts. The first part is the C# language syntax which is covered extensevily with a lot of short and medium sized examples you can write in 10-15 minutes to see and test all the important language concepts.
The second part is LINQ. The book will first introduce you to LINQ by using Extension methods on general collections, and then it will show you the syntax followed by an extensive reference to all possible LINQ statements.
The third part is reserved to common programming operations in the .NET framework (IO, Networking, Threading etc. )
In short , if you are an experienced programmer and this is not your first object oriented programming language this book will teach you everything you need to know to be a productive C# developer.
What it will not teach you is a specific .NET framework (Win.Forms, ASP.NET or WPF).
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