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“Based on my own experience, I can safely say that every .NET developer who reads this will have at least one ‘aha' moment and will be a better developer for it.
—From the Foreword by Don Box
Written by Anders Hejlsberg, the language's architect, and his colleagues, Mads Torgersen, Scott Wiltamuth, and Peter Golde, this volume has been completely updated and reorganized for C# 4.0. The book provides the complete specification of the language, along with descriptions, reference materials, code samples, and annotations from nine prominent C# gurus.
The many annotations bring a depth and breadth of understanding rarely found in any programming book. As the main text of the book introduces the concepts of the C# language, cogent annotations explain why they are important, how they are used, how they relate to other languages, and even how they evolved.
This book is the definitive, must-have reference for any developer who wants to understand C#.
With annotations from:
Anders Hejlsberg is a programming legend. He is the architect of the C# language and a Microsoft Technical Fellow. He joined Microsoft Corporation in 1996, following a thirteen-year career at Borland, where he was the chief architect of Delphi and Turbo Pascal.
Mads Torgersen is the Program Manager for the C# language at Microsoft, where he runs the day-to-day language design process and maintains the language specification.
Scott Wiltamuth is Director of Program Management for the Visual Studio Professional team at Microsoft Corporation. At Microsoft, he has worked on a wide range of development tools, including OLE Automation, Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Applications, VBScript, JScript, Visual J++, and Visual C#.
Peter Golde was the lead developer of the original Microsoft C# compiler. As the primary Microsoft representative on the ECMA committee that standardized C#, he led the implementation of the compiler and worked on the language design. He is currently an architect at Microsoft working on compilers.
A great book. This book is not recommended to be read in large portions at a time, but with small amounts per read. Perfect for what i needed!Published 15 months ago by Charlie Bramble
This is just the official C# Language Specification that is available for free from Microsoft. (If you have a paid version of Visual Studio, a copy of it in Word format is... Read morePublished on June 7, 2013 by Tom Graham
I used this book to explain delegates and lambda functions which were confusing to me at the time since C# doesn't lend itself well to using lambda's like python (which I didn't... Read morePublished on March 18, 2013 by finalfantasyfreak15
I was disappointed about the format. This is the Language reference, it should be written definitively and concisely. The C Language reference is concise and well written. Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by John Kountz
You can find a lot of "question not asked" from here.
and Hejlsbers written.
the man who is ralated with C# must have item.