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Jon Skeet is a Google software engineer working in London. A Microsoft C# MVP since 2003 and prominent C# community personality, Jon has gained deep insight into how languages are misunderstood and abused-as well as seeing what developers really need to know.
Excellent for both beginner and experienced C# developers alike. I recommend to all professionals.Published 13 days ago by PhilWright
Slowly eases you up thru all of the previous version of C#. Until you get to version 4.5
Very engaging writing style
This book is hands-down the best book I have read on learning a programming language. The problem I have with most language books is that they are simply too simple or advance. Read morePublished 13 months ago by 20andup
Not for beginners - this product is a good reference for an advanced developer. This is a good reference for in-depth research into C#.Published 17 months ago by Cody
It was touted as the perfect book for teaching C++ developers how to use C#. Based on that recommendation I got it for a series of brownbag sessions at work for our C++... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Derek Viljoen
I can't recommend this book highly enough for those using C# professionally. It isn't for entry-level developers, but if you consider yourself a C# developer, you will find enough... Read morePublished 20 months ago by J. Crim
I bought this book to help supplement my C# abilities. It is a very well written book it that goes in depth of topics that most other books would simply mention and then pass right... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Sbly
The strengths of this book are: well-written, well-organized, and the author clearly know what he's talking about. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by Paul Gehrman
Jon really did a great job with this book. I have been using c# for 7 years now and this really helped fill in some of the gaps for me. Read morePublished on July 31, 2012 by Glenn Witerski