Mobile Software Engineering

2007-10-15 by tamberg

Learning C#

Recently Mete, a longtime friend and hardcore C++ coder, asked which book he should consider to learn the C# programming language. Having piles of C# related books on my shelf the only one I use regularly is the excellent book C# to the Point by Hanspeter Mössenböck. On a mere 200 pages he explains C# in astonishing depth, focusing on underlying concepts and concise examples rather than hand waving and Visual Studio screenshots. For additional information on specific language features, check the C# language specification ECMA-334.