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C# 5.0 Unleashed (Unleashed)by Bart De Smet
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Buy the print C# 5.0 Unleashed and get the eBook version for free! See inside the book for access code and details.
C# 5.0 Unleashed is for anyone who wants to learn the C# programming language in depth, understanding how language features truly work. While giving you those insights, you learn where and how to use the features to design various kinds of software. This book not only teaches the language’s capabilities, it also looks behind the scenes to build a solid foundation to aid you in understanding the .NET platform as a whole.
Bart De Smet offers exceptional insight into the features of both the language and Microsoft’s broader framework. He doesn’t just cover the “what” and “how” of effective C# programming: He explains the “why,” so you can consistently choose the right language and platform features, maximizing your efficiency and effectiveness.
The early chapters introduce the .NET platform, the tooling ecosystem, and the C# programming language, followed by in-depth coverage of the C# programming language itself, with immediate application of language features. The last chapters give an overview of the .NET Framework libraries about which every good developer on the platform should know.
&> C# 5.0 Unleashed is for anyone who wants to really learn the C# programming language in depth, and understand how its features truly work. You’ll learn where and how to use the language’s features to solve diverse problems and design each kind of software. Pioneering Microsoft software expert Bart De Smet takes you behind the scenes, giving you a rock-solid foundation for understanding both the WinRT and .NET platforms, so you can take full advantage of C# 5.0, consistently choose the right language and platform features, and maximize your efficiency and effectiveness as a developer.
De Smet begins with focused and up-to-date introductions to the .NET platform, Microsoft’s tooling ecosystem (including the new Visual Studio 2012), and Microsoft’s newest version of C#. Next, he presents in-depth coverage of C# 5.0’s features, demonstrating them through realistic code examples. De Smet then turns to WinRT, Windows 8, and async programming, showing how to take full advantage of Microsoft’s newest platforms and innovations.
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About the Author
Bart J.F. De Smet is a software development engineer on Microsoft’s Cloud Programmability Team, an avid blogger, and a popular speaker at various international conferences. In his current role, he’s actively involved in the design and implementation of Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) and on an extended “LINQ to Anything” mission. You can read about Bart’s technical adventures on his blog at http://blogs.bartdesmet.net/bart.
His main interests include programming languages, virtual machines and runtimes, functional programming, and all sorts of theoretical foundations. In his spare time, Bart likes to go out for a hike in the wonderful nature around Seattle, read technical books, and catch up on his game of snooker.
Before joining the company in October 2007, Bart was active in the .NET community as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for C#, while completing his Bachelor of Informatics, Master of Informatics, and Master of Computer Science Engineering studies at Ghent University, Belgium.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Introduction
1. Introducing .NET and C#
2. History of C#, A Multi-Paradigm Language
3. Getting Started
Part 2. C# The Language
5. Built-In Types and Arrays
6. Control Structures
7. Primer to Object-Oriented Programming
8. Objects, Types, Inheritance and Polymorphism
9. Properties and Indexers
10. Delegates, Lambdas and Events
11. Casts and Operators
14. Introduction to LINQ
15. Dynamic Typing
Part 3. C# Advanced
16. Reflection and Custom Attributes
17. LINQ Under The Covers
18. Memory Management
19. Unsafe Code
21. Dynamic Programming
22. Code Access Security
23. Assemblies and Appdomains
24. Debugging Techniques
Part 4. .NET Base Class Library Fundamentals
25. String, Stringbuilder and System.Text (String Formatters, Memory Concerns, Interning)
26. Collections (Non-Generic, Generic)
27. System.Diagnostics (Process, Stopwatch, Debugger Attributes)
28. System.Threading (Classic Style Threading, TPL, PLINQ)
29. System.Security (Encryption, Authentication, Authorization)
Part 5. .NET Presentation
30. Windows Forms (Controls, Layout, Data Binding)
31. Windows Presentation Foundation (XAML, Styles, Data Binding, Controls)
32. ASP.NET (Controls, Master Pages, State, Membership, AJAX, MVC)
33. Localization (System.Globalization)
34. Add-Ins (Add-In Framework, MEF)
Part 6. .NET Communication
35. Windows Communication Foundation (Contracts, Bindings, Addresses, Channels)
36. Sockets (TCP, UDP, HTTP)
37. Messaging (MSMQ Raw Apis)
38. Peer to Peer (System.Net.P2P (Vista+))
Part 7. .NET Data
39. Files and Registry (System.IO, Microsoft.Win32, Streams)
40. LINQ to SQL (Tooling, Spmetal, O/R Mapping, Queries)
41. ADO.NET and Entity Framework (Idb*, Sqlclient, EF)
42. Transactions (System.Transactions)
43. SQL Data Services, REST
44. SQL Server Extensibility (Stored Procedures, User-Defined Types/Functions)
45. Modeling (Oslo, M) Basics Of M, Mgrammar, Store
Part 8. .NET Advanced
46. Windows Services (Service Programming, Events, Installutil
47. Windows Workflow Foundation (XOML, Persistence et al, Dublin)
48. Manageability and Windows Powershell (Perf Counters, Logging, Powershell Add-Ins, PS Hosting, Layering)
49. Visual Studio Tools For Office (Word/Excel/Outlook Apis, Ribbon)
50. Sharepoint (Web Parts, Data Access)
51. Active Directory and Azman Programming (Directoryentry, Directorysearcher, LINQ Sample, Azman Configuration and Use)
52. Windows Azure and Cloud Services
53. Enterprise Services (COM+)
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