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The new C# 4 language version is indispensable for writing code in Visual Studio 2010. This essential guide emphasizes that C# is the language of choice for your .NET 4 applications. The unparalleled author team of experts begins with a refresher of C# basics and quickly moves on to provide detailed coverage of all the recently added language and Framework features so that you can start writing Windows applications and ASP.NET web applications immediately.
Reviews the .NET architecture, objects, generics, inheritance, arrays, operators, casts, delegates, events, Lambda expressions, and more
Details integration with dynamic objects in C#, named and optional parameters, COM-specific interop features, and type-safe variance
Provides coverage of new features of .NET 4, Workflow Foundation 4, ADO.NET Data Services, MEF, the Parallel Task Library, and PLINQ
Has deep coverage of great technologies including LINQ, WCF, WPF, flow and fixed documents, and Silverlight
Reviews ASP.NET programming and goes into new features such as ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Dynamic Data
Discusses communication with WCF, MSMQ, peer-to-peer, and syndication
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Bill Evjen is Global Head of Platform Architecture for Thomson Reuters, Lipper. He is also a Microsoft Regional Director and the founder of INETA.
Jay Glynn is the Principle Architect at PureSafety, a leading provider of results-driven software and information solutions for workforce safety and health.
Karli Watson is a freelance author and a consultant for Infusion Development.
Morgan Skinner works in premier support for developers at Microsoft.
There is exactly one good thing about this book. The book full of good code examples. However, this book is merely a regurgitation of the MSDN. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tanya
I bought this book shortly after I got a job as a C# developer. I was transitioning from Java, and a coworker recommended this book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Todd Bradley
I purchased this book to lean about web services designing and xml document manipulations. This book has very good examples about that. All the samples are runnable. It helped me.Published on June 30, 2013 by Duncan
This book covers almost every important aspect of the C# language and the .NET platform. Very good for professionals who just begun in . Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Felipe V. Aburaya
I think everything you need about C# 4 and .NET 4 you can find inside this book.
The book deals a lot of tecnologie not only C#: Wcf,Wpf, Parallel programming, Threads, Task,... Read more
I recieved in great conditions and in tima my item. Thanks a lot . . . . . . . . . . .Published on January 30, 2013 by martinaybar
This is a good book for learning C#4 and .NET 4. If you want to get by the beginning, you need to read this book.Published on December 3, 2012 by Ricky
The book, in terms of content, is excellent. I gave it four stars because there are no Review questions. Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by Mohamed Alie