Clr Via C#
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Clr Via C#

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Dig deep and master the intricacies of the common language runtime, C#, and .NET development. Led by programming expert Jeffrey Richter, a longtime consultant to the Microsoft .NET team--you'll gain pragmatic insights for building robust, reliable, and responsive apps and components.Fully updated for .NET Framework 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012 Delivers a thorough grounding i...more
ebook, 894 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Microsoft Press
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Jeff Dalton
I read the first edition of this book about 10 years ago. I wanted to re-read to see what has changed since that time. I already knew ~90 % of what the book covered, but that extra 10% was eye opening. Most of it dealt with the way threading and writing asynchronous code. Understanding how CLR handles threads and memory made me realize the F# compiler camp is spread some false stories about the immutability of their language. I imagine Scala is the same way depending on which JVM it uses for run...more
Rene Stein
I o poslední edici se dá napsat jen to, že kdyby všichni vývojáři v C#/.Net Frameworku, se kterými se potkáváte, znali alespoň 25 % toho, co je v této knize, svět by byl mnohem lepším místem k životu a vývoj SW by nepřipomínal závody v dovednostech "kdo dokáže vytvořit nejvíce blokovaných a neužitečných threadů v aplikaci", "kdo nejrychleji zablokuje pomocí nevhodného volání Wait metod zbytek aplikace", "kolik mutexů/locků se dá nacpat do jedné metody, než dojde k deadlocku na nečekaném místě v...more
Ivo Stoykov
A highly must read book for c# developers. A valuable insight on various aspect of developing c# applications. Jeffrey Richter offers in-depth research and clear explanations of CLR. This book has the potential to extend the knowledge even to experienced professionals. Highly recommended.
This is the 4th edition of a book that started me off in .NET 5 years ago with the 2nd edition. It is a classic. I'm going back through the 4th edition now, slowly. Highly recommended.
Tugberk Ugurlu
you're not a C# dev till you read this book. It's amazing how well-structured the samples are. Highly recommended.
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