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Visual C# 2010 Recipes "Visual C# 2010 Recipes" explores the breadth of the .NET Framework class library and provides specific solutions to common and interesting programming problems. A succinct problem/solution format is accompanied by a working code sample for greater application. Full description

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Recipes vs CookBook 10. Juni 2010
Von Richard Trinh - Veröffentlicht auf
Most of the recipes in this book seem like they were copied over from the Visual Studio 2005 version. Granted I don't have the 2005 version but I wanted to see more examples using Lambda Expressions and leveraging other .NET 3.X/4.0 features. Although this does leave the book backwards compatible with previous versions of .NET

I liked how the book explained HOW to use the language as opposed to WHAT it is. The reader will see a lot of gotchas, pitfalls and some best practices on how to use the language. The forward mentions this, and people looking for what's in the language should pick up a reference book.

Visual C# 2010 recipes is better than C# 3.0 Cookbook because it does go over some new .NET 4.0 features like the new Parallel class, and it's better laid out and easier to find what you're looking for. But the C# 3.0 Cookbook does complement this well because there are always multiple ways to solve an issue.

This book is a behemoth at over 1,000 pages and well worth the price.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Way to Learn C# 2010 3. Juni 2010
Von Frank Stepanski - Veröffentlicht auf
There are lots of new things in C# 2010 and .NET 4.0 and this is a great book for existing .NET developers to get up to speed on the new features of .NET and for developers to use as a great reference on many issues that may come up.

Areas of .NET that are discussed are threads, processing, I/O, XML processing, Windows forms, database access, networking security, LINQ, and WPF. There are so many topics covered in this book, it only makes sense that it is over 800 pages.

A quick table of contents is:

Chapter 1: Application Development
Chapter 2: Data Manipulation
Chapter 3: Application Domains, Reflection, and Metadata
Chapter 4: Threads, Processes, and Synchronization
Chapter 5: Files, Directories, and I/O
Chapter 6: XML Processing
Chapter 7: Windows Forms
Chapter 8: Graphics, Multimedia, and Printing
Chapter 9: Database Access
Chapter 10: Networking
Chapter 11: Security and Cryptology
Chapter 12: Unmanaged Code Interoperability
Chapter 13: Commonly Used Interfaces and Patterns
Chapter 14: Windows Integration
Chapter 15: Using LINQ
Chapter 16: Windows Presentation Foundation

There havent been too many books on .NET that cover so many topics in .NET with lots of great examples. I love the chapters on Data Access, Security, and Unmanaged code. The examples are real-life and are explained in detail without too much techno-babble.

Its a great book if your a web or windows developer because it focuses on both platforms and nowadays the difference between desktop and web is getting smaller and smaller. So most of the topics cross-over no matter what area you develop in.

I highly recommend this book and it should be in your developer's library.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wish all recipe books were like this one 9. April 2011
Von Timo Haavisto - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have perhaps 3-4 meters of .NET 4 books in shelf which I get back to, to 'tune in' again. There have been disappointments (I'm still waiting for a good MVVM book) I have to say, but this book is like a quick rehearsal handbook to .NET 4. When I have to get quick answers to questions like 'how was it again', 'what was the most modular way', 'what was the easiest way', 'how to achieve exactly this particular thing' and so on, this book is the one I take from shelf. It usually answers the problem I have right off the bat, without me having to shuffle ~5-50 pages to find the actual answer.

If I am not satisfied with the answer and wish to get more in-depth analysis, then I go after the other books. But at work, for quick accurate answer to specific problem, this one is the most useful and replaces whole bunch of other books. It focuses to actual issues you will have and gives straight answer without small talk. To change your way of working (long-term change of practises you use) I would suggest the other books again, and the theory on how and why you end up to the issues in the first place.

This book is like a zoom system camera lens of extremely good quality. When you go out to take pictures, one hi-quality zoom lens replaces whole backpack of fixed-mm lenses. It is better - you can shoot the picture at once, instead of while changing the lens you miss the bird and get no picture. But! You still need the fixed-mm lenses for specific purposes, when you have time for preparation and you know what kind of picture you are shooting.

Got the point? Thank you!

Highly recommended and extremely useful at work. Even for people who by instinct select the (most) correct design pattern every single time with no sweat.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Big Fan of Cookbook-Style Books 5. Juni 2010
Von David Hayden - Veröffentlicht auf
I enjoy cookbook-style development books. First, they are a great way to learn new language and .NET Framework Features that you may not normally be exposed to. Second, they are all about the code, which means the code is typically of much better quality than you will normally find in introductory books and code snippets on the Internet. Third, they literally pay for themselves because they solve common problems that you will no doubt run into during day-to-day development and often this code gets added to your personal libraries and used from project-to-project. And, last, they are much more enjoyable to read as you can jump around and learn about problems and their solutions that interest you or relate to a current project.

I really enjoyed Visual C# 2010 Recipes and purchased the earlier version as well a long time ago, Visual C# 2005 Recipes. Visual C# 2010 adds about 300 pages of new material covering some of the latest features in C# 3 and C# 4 as well as .NET 3.5 SP1 and .NET 4. Note that many of the examples don't require Visual Studio 2010 and the latest versions of C#. Many of the problems and solutions are just as applicable in .NET 2.0 and C# 2, etc.

Note that this book is all about solving common problems with good code samples. It is not a replacement for a reference book that dives deeply into the new language features and .NET Framework features. Visual C# 2010 Recipes is a great complement to those books as it shows you how those language and framework features solve common problems you will run into during a normal developer's day.

You can look at all the problems and solutions in the book by clicking the book cover with the "Look Inside" arrow.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen This will go next to my old K&R C book...perfect for my needs 5. Juni 2010
Von R. Reid - Veröffentlicht auf
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I've got 25 years of professional C and database programming under my belt. Windows has not been my focus and .NET was barely on my radar.

This book is like the good old days of 'share and enjoy' code. The cookbook format is perfect for someone like me to get oriented. I downloaded the code samples and have been modifying them every which way - which is the only way I learn things.

What you get are a lot of recipes that do one thing. I find the book was more about .NET 4.0 than about Visual C#. If you ignore the project files you could work these with a text editor and a compiler too.

If you already have a background, you might find it runs out of steam quickly. I usually went from excitment over getting something done with it, to saying "but what if I want to do X instead of Z"?
However, it took me to the point where I could usually answer such questions with MS's online .NET documentation - and I think that's perfect, since that's the place to be long term.

This will go up next to my K&R, which taught me C - this is the book that finally got me into .NET.
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