Would definitely recommend to someone who is an experienced programmer.
I think the author's writing is clear and concise and the author did a good job explaining the complex material in a simple, easy to understand fashion.
Wow, this book is over 1500 pages and practically covers every possible topic that is covered in the online MSDN, but only 10x better.
While the examples are of the classroom variety, this is a good reference for any C# coder. Its written in a front to back format though. It builds upon previous chapters. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Saunders
This book fell apart after a couple of weeks of use. It was suppose to be like "new".
The content was excellent but I will not be able to use it as a reference... Read more
This book brought me to C# and the .NET platform from VB and VBA. Soon after I read it I was able to create amazing programs that interact with SQL Server and produced really cool... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rebecca Peake
The appendix is not well done making it difficult to find information in this huge book. The author attempts to cover too much material and does not cover each subject adequately,Published 17 months ago by R George Burroughs
Best technical book I've ever read! The author goes over all the key areas of the .Net 4.0 platform. Clearly written and concise throughout.Published 18 months ago by J Keisker
Too awkward to move around in IPAD. The Kindle might be easier to use with this product. I bought the book.Published 23 months ago by Bob Hanson
I'm only on chapter 5 and can't believe all the glowing reviews. It's like, did they attempt the examples? Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by SorenTwo
There are plenty of good reviews for this book so I will just try to supplement the key aspects not already addressed by others. Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by R. R. Jacobsen
This book both functions as a lookup for the language it self, but teaches you all the little quirks about .NET 4. Really a must read if you are developing C#.NET 4 code. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Marc Barnholdt