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C# (read as ‘C Sharp‘) is a simple, modern, object-oriented, and type-safe programming language derived from C and C++, which attempts to combine the rapid development ability of Visual Basic and the powerful flexible feature of C++. Programmers who understand the C or C++ will be able to become familiar with C# at once.
Head First C# is the best way for learning object-oriented programming, C#, XAML, .NET Framework and Visual Studio. The best way. After reading this book, you will be a professional C# programmer, and are fully capable of designing and developing large applications.
If you stand in awe before other old-fashioned C# books, you will deeply fall in love with the Head First C#, as well as all other series of Head First. Below, you can download the Third Edition of Head First C#, with HD colored page and editable PDF file format.
// Table Of Contents //
- Chapter 1 Start Building with C#: Build something cool, fast!
- Chapter 2 It’s all Just Code: Under the hood
- Chapter 3 Objects: Get Oriented!: Making code make sense
- Chapter 4 Types and References: It’s 10:00. Do you know where your data is?
- Chapter 5 Encapsulation: Keep your privates… Private
- Chapter 6 Inheritance: Your object’s family tree
- Chapter 7 Interfaces and Abstract Classes: Making classes keep their promises
- Chapter 8 Enums and Collections: Storing lots of data
- Chapter 9 Reading and Writing Files: Save the last byte for me!
- Chapter 10 Designing Windows Store Apps with XAML: Taking your apps to the next level
- Chapter 11 Async, Await, and Data Contract Serialization: Pardon the interruption
- Chapter 12 Exception Handling: Putting out fires gets old
- Chapter 13 Captain Amazing: The Death of the Object
- Chapter 14 Querying Data and Building Apps With Linq: Get control of your data
- Chapter 15 Events and Delegates: What your code does when you’re not looking
- Chapter 16 Architecting Apps with the mvvm Pattern: Great apps on the inside and outside
// Book Example Codes //
- Head First C# Example Code download
- Download our Source Code for Invaders
- Download graphics for chapters and labs
- Download the WPF Guide to Head First C# PDF
- GDI+ Graphics Bonus PDF
- Source code for all projects, exercises, and puzzles
- Source code for the 2nd edition
- Head First C#, 4th Edition source code
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