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Joe Albahari is the developer of LINQPad (http://www.linqpad.net/) and other C# tools, and he writes about C# at www.albahari.com/nutshell/. He is the former core C# design architect at Egton Services and coauthor of the fourth edition of C# in a Nutshell. He has been developing large-scale enterprise applications for more than 17 years.
Ben Albahari is a former Program Manager at Microsoft, 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 coauthor of C# Essentials, the first C# book from O'Reilly, and of previous editions of C# in a Nutshell. He is the founder of TakeOnIt, a website for comparing opinions of experts, leaders and organizations
I hope to grow into this one. Arrived in good condition and on time. I'm a beginner, so this is flattering. I hope to learn something.Published on August 17, 2013 by Thomas Buchanan
I got the Kindle version of this book so it allows me to carry it, as well as, other books around with me where ever I go. I love the "In A Nutshell" series of books. Read morePublished on May 26, 2013 by joeV
I've been using this book as a rescource for MCTS 70-526 certification, and its getting a lot of use. Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by Naked Pagan
I puychased this book on Amazon, its must read if you are programming in C#.
I own many ASP.NET books, none of those provided in depth coverage of C#. Read more
I haven't made any comparisons to other books, but this one has proven sufficient to a new programmer.Published on April 27, 2010 by J. Beasley
C# 3.0 in a nutshell is a most excellent way to keep current in the language. It has quickly become my favorite reference as well as a great off hours read. Read morePublished on February 14, 2010 by David G. Ogilvie
First, don't be put off by the irony of an 800+ page nutshell book.
I like how the authors explain some advanced topics, such as delegates, events, lambda expressions,... Read more
C# 3.0 in a Nutshell is just about perfect. It describes the language and the relevant .NET libraries in a clear, concise way, with meaningful examples and a much appreciated lack... Read morePublished on December 8, 2009 by Kevin Major
Very concise and easy to understand. I used this book as a reference while porting code from C++ to C#. First four chapters gave me a great overview of the language. Read morePublished on September 27, 2009 by K. San Vicente