recommend `Learn to Program with C#` by John Smiley. My 3rd book, `C# in a Nutshell` is a good choice for reference. My 4th one, `Introduction to C# Using .Net` is good too, but the topics covered
and develop a simple language compiler which can emit a .NET executable. Also included is an appendix containing a comprehensive introduction to the C# programming language.
Excellent little .NET introduction
This book delivers exactly what it promises - an excellent overview of essential .NET Framework. Easy to read format, good chapters on IL,Framework,COM+ Interop. Unfortunately
technologies through the lens of Visual FoxPro. Included are introductions to .NET, Visual Studio .NET, C#, and Visual Basic .NET. For developers who are ready to learn specifics about how to use .NET
the .NET technologies work and how they can be used. Softcover.
Simple & General Introduction
When I read about the book before I bought it, I got the impression
. will find this book a very good introduction to .NET.
The book covers all major areas from the core workings of the Common Language Runtime to web services. The general pace of the book is quick