Pdf Book Name: C# in Depth Fourth Edition Author: Jon Skeet Publisher: Manning Publications ISBN-10, 13: 9781617294532,1617294535 Year: 2019 Pages: 528 Pages Language: English File size: 5 MB File format: PDF,EPUB
C# in Depth Fourth Edition Pdf Book Description:
Welcome to the fourth edition of C# in Depth. When I wrote the first edition, I had little idea I’d be writing a fourth edition of the same title 10 years later. Now, it wouldn’t surprise me to find myself writing another edition in 10 years. Since the first edition, the designers of the C# language have repeatedly proved that they’re dedicated to evolving the language for as long as the industry is interested in it. This is important, because the industry has changed a lot in the last 10 years. As a reminder, both the mobile ecosystem (as we know it today) and cloud computing were still in their infancy in 2008. Amazon EC2 was launched in 2006, and Google AppEngine was launched in 2008. Xamarin was launched by the Mono team in 2011. Docker didn’t show up until 2013. For many .NET developers, the really big change in our part of the computing world over the last few years has been .NET Core. It’s a cross-platform, open source version of the framework that is explicitly designed for compatibility with other frameworks (via .NET Standard). Its existence is enough to raise eyebrows; that it is Microsoft’s primary area of investment in .NET is even more surprising.
Through all of this, C# is still the primary language when targeting anything like .NET, whether that’s .NET, .NET Core, Xamarin, or Unity. F# is a healthy and friendly competitor, but it doesn’t have the industry mindshare of C#. I’ve personally been developing in C# since around 2002, either professionally or as an enthusiastic amateur. As the years have gone by, I’ve been sucked ever deeper into the details of the language. I enjoy those details for their own sake but, more importantly, for the sake of ever-increasing productivity when writing code in C#. I hope that some of that enjoyment has seeped into this book and will encourage you further in your travels with C#. It takes a lot of work and energy to create a book. Some of that is obvious; after all, pages don’t just write themselves. That’s just the tip of the iceberg, though. If you received the first version of the content I wrote with no editing, no review, no professional typesetting, and so on, I suspect you’d be pretty disappointed. As with previous editions, it’s been a pleasure working with the team at Manning. Richard Wattenberger has provided guidance and suggestions with just the right combination of insistence and understanding, thereby shaping the content through multiple iterations. (In particular, working out the best approach to use for C# 2–4 proved surprisingly challenging.) I would also like to thank Mike Stephens and Marjan Bace for supporting this edition from the start.
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