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A Programmer's Guide to C# 5.0 (Expert's Voice in .NET) 4th ed. 2012 Edition
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I kept the eBook just long enough to glance at it myself. And was aghast at what I saw. I then had to write an apology to my friend, as follows...
What a mess of a book!
I can't fathom why they present what they do in the order that they do it.
I was hoping for a reasonable introduction to the language and some of the most-often-used classes (especially GUI-related). And then get on to the more advanced features.
Instead it leaps all over the place, language-wise, and often places what I consider to be semi-advanced features ahead of ones you need to use every day.
As for GUI classes, don't get me started. Which is fair, because the book doesn't get started either!
I'd absolutely hate to have to learn C# from this book. Hey, the title says it's a "Guide". Guides don't jump around like a drunken kangaroo!
(One of the few things in its favor is that it does seem to be accurate, though.)
Anyway, feel absolutely free to ignore this book. If you ever do get around to C#, you may find this useful as a reference book. But not otherwise.
Oh well, I tried. At least this mistake only cost $10.