Effective C# (Covers C# 4.0): 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your C# (2nd Edition) (Effective Software Development Series) by Wagner, Bill (2010) Paperback

Effective C# (Covers C# 4.0): 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your C# (2nd Edition) (Effective Software Development Series) by Wagner, Bill (2010) Paperback

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    1. The second edition of "Effective C#" is great if you want to start C# without becoming the basics explained over and over again. It prevents from doing bad things one might regret later. From basic keyword subtleties over resource management, API advices+tips ending with dynamics and more: The book follows the same design guidelines as the Effective C++ series of Scott Meyers presenting the content in 50 neat items - each small enough to be read in the subway on the way to the office.


    2. Sehr gut geschrieben und mit guten Beispielen. Kann man auch in Fragmenten lesen.Nicht für absolute Anfänger aber Leute mit C#-Erfahrung können hier noch einiges lernen.


    3. I loved the Effective C++ book and bought this because it is part of the same franchise. The tips inside are interesting and useful, especially if you are an experienced programmer just starting out with C# (e.g difference between const and read-only, how properties are compiled). More than a few of the recommendations are really based on the author's opinion of "elegant" or "readable" code. For example, the author advocates almost always using LINQ queries instead of nested for loops; he recogn [...]


    4. First, of all, I read a lot of code co-workers, Code Project, Open Source, blogs, books, etc. Books like this are a significant cut above the average source code uploaded to the internet, but you still need a critical eye. While I don't take issue with any of the advice, its importance to your daily coding will vary quite a bit. Bottom line is that I'd recommend this book, but make sure you have plenty of other references.


    5. My copy of Effective C++ by Scott Meyers (1998) is well worn, even though I had many good C++ books when I bought that copy. So when I came across Effective C#, I had high expectations. This book exceeded those expectations by discussing many techniques for better C# programming in an easy to read format. Highly recommended. No matter how long you have been programming, you can always be a better programmer by getting rid of some constructs that have weaknesses. Most books introduce new feature [...]


    6. Bill Wagner's insights on C# are useful and thought provoking through every edition.I am only going to comment on the kindle version: I bought this book despite a bad kindle review. Sadly, the critique was accurate. The Kindle formatting for the code examples are just not acceptable, even when using Kindle for PC and outputting to a 46" HDTV.The formatting and end result for the Kindle version do not justify the asking price.As badly as you may want a Kindle version of this book, you may need [...]


    7. I have both editions of "Effective C#". The older, first edition did not have lambda expressions, LINQ, or generics (though it hinted at generics towards the end). In the second edition, tips (called "Items") that have since fallen out of practice are weeded out and are replaced with fresh concepts from 2.0, through 4.0.The items are written in a very clear manner. Most of the figures are illustrative of the concepts. Some of the pictures aren't quite as clear as they could be ('s Garbage C [...]


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