C# IN DEPTH SECOND EDITION JON SKEET PDF

C# in Depth, 3rd Edition [Jon Skeet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary C# in Depth, Third Edition updates the best-selling second. C# in Depth, Second Edition is a thoroughly revised, up-to-date book that covers Author image not provided, Jon Skeet. No contact information provided yet. C# in Depth, Second Edition. 10 reviews. by Jon Skeet. Publisher: Manning Publications. Release Date: November ISBN: View table of.

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Part 1: Introduction

Return to Book Page. Preview — C in Depth by Jon Skeet. C in Depth by Jon Skeet. C has changed significantly since it was first introduced. With the many upgraded features, C is more expressive than ever. However, an in depth understanding is required to get the most out of the language. C in Depth, Second Edition is a thoroughly revised, up-to-date book that covers the new features of C 4 as well as Code Contracts. In it, you’ll see the subtleties C has changed significantly since seecond was first introduced.

Seccond it, you’ll see the subtleties of C programming in action, learning how to work with high-value features that you’ll be glad to have in your toolkit. The book helps readers avoid hidden pitfalls of C programming by understanding “behind the scenes” issues.

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To ask other readers questions about C in Depthplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jun 26, Amr rated it really liked it Recommended to Amr by: I like that this book have a friendly tone.

It’s not a reference book, but C in Depth is true to its title. You would like this book if you are a C developer for 2 years or so and now you’re tired of solving all problems with the simple tools of for loops and if statements.

Maybe it’s time for something more. The book assumes that you at least know C 1. Sometimes you’ll find this way a little irr I like editioj this book have a friendly tone. Sometimes you’ll find edpth way a srcond irritating because for example you heard about this LINQ thing and you just want to jump to it, or because of the author’s references “we’ll discuss this 2 chapters down the road”.

But I think that the way of moving through each version is helpful because sometimes you’ll work on an application that is required to be developed for. Then, you’ll understand that you can’t use LINQ, extension methods, etc. The book have a friendly tone with the occasional humor which takes away some of the dullness that comes ssecond reading such a book which is closer to studying than to reading.

The author is very knowledgeable of the subject. If you don’t know Jon Skeet then probably you haven’t been on StackOverflow. Sometimes the author would delve too deep into a detail and you’ll find yourself totally lost, just continue and you’ll get out fine on the other end.

You’ll find yourself coming back later to that section and going through it once again to better understand. Even if you don’t, you’ll know enough to remember it when you need it.

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One tip, try out the code samples. I found myself building on those samples and trying out different situations. In short this is ojn great book if you want to step up your C skills. I want to thank EmadMokhtar Goodreads profile for the recommendation. Apr 25, Deth rated it really liked it. I’d sket that most of the people in my circle believe that LINQ is a shiny object rather than a powerful functional tool which enables a wide variety of use cases. So, with that said, bravo, Mr.

In terms of recommendations, I’d be more likely to refer people to chapters of the book r I didn’t really like the book at all for the first 3 sections – I felt like it, ironically, didn’t give ENOUGH detail.

In terms of recommendations, I’d be more likely to refer people to chapters of the book rather than saying, “this is skert book that you should purchase”, especially in light of the many references to other web sites for clarifying detail, but in the right hands for example, skset people who savor academic learning! Jul 25, Garythorpe rated it really liked it. Have been fortunate enough to meet Jon and listen to his talks at some Microsoft conferences. A self confessed pedant, Ij has jln great passion for C and development in general.

Considering his main job role is in Java he has an astonishing breadth of knowledge of C presented well in this book. This book is not for a beginner wanting to learn the basics of the language, more for people wanting to learn the bits most people miss. If you c## an intermediate to the language I would recommend readin Have been fortunate enough to meet Jon and listen to his talks at some Microsoft conferences.

If you are an intermediate to the language I would recommend reading this book to anyone. I know Jon Skeet from my time as a beta tester on Stackoverflow. Crisp, concise, comprehensive – the author’s grasp of the language is stupefying at times given that he works still?

Loved the way the book is like a mini history lesson in the evolution of C – which is in IMHO the best in terms of how the dkeet has evolved o I know Jon Skeet from my time as a beta tester on Stackoverflow. Loved the way the book is like a mini history lesson in the evolution of C – which is in IMHO the best in terms of how the language has evolved over time.

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I was on the C train from. Oct c##, Ahmed Salem rated it liked it Shelves: I tried reading the book from cover to cover and I failed.

Organizing the book based on each version of the language is facilitating reaching your topic easily and get the complete picture about the evolution of C. Yet the illustration could be difficult for some topics! Ij 16, Ahmed Salem rated it liked it. May 19, Krishna Kumar rated it it was amazing. It is rare to see a book that simply explains the features of a language being so engrossing while informative at the same time.

Jon Skeet takes us from C 1 through 4 and does a great job of explaining how one feature builds upon another, what the gotchas are, what the pros and cons are of a feature, how the language has progressed from wordy to extremely sleek and competent. There are many things to recommend about the book.

First, I liked the way that Edittion touches upon features from C 1 and It is rare to see a book that simply explains the features of a language being so engrossing while informative at the same time. First, I liked the way that Skeet touches upon features from C edtion and how code in that version gets transformed into increasingly elegant code as you progress through the versions. Second, I appreciated how when he goes into some obscure seclnd, it is still very illuminating for example, the Microsoft CCR use of iterators.

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Third, the order of the chapters is exactly right — Getting the natural progression can be tricky sometimes. There is little fluff. Some of the chapters have topics that could have been intimidating, but Skeet spends enough time to explain them through simple examples. There is good attention to detail editing — the notes clarify where future C versions may have changed some of the original assumptions in a previous version. Prepare for a deep dive.

While I agree with the sentiment that people like me should approach the book with caution, I highly value the exposure that it gives to the inner workings of C. What’s more, the difficulty of this material gave me an idea: At any rate, I feel a lot more comfortable with C because of the historical perspective and casual discussion style that Jon presents.

I recommend this book to stubborn new developers brave enough to look at the guts of Cand like everyone else, but in as naive a tone as I can muster, I especially recommend this book to experienced developers who want a deeper understanding of C.

All the exposure to this advanced material gives me a bird’s eye view of the long trek ahead worthy of the Fellowship of the Ring. Feb 12, Hovhannes Gulyan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Highly recommended for all mid-level or higher c developers. As a starting point Troelsen’s book on C would be a better fit. After that if you are ready to dive deeper into cgo ahead and read “C in Depth”. The way Jon Skeet goes over all versions of C efition there, helps to get more insights on different aspects of features and their implementation.

I would say that the most notable part of the book is the fact that Jo Highly recommended for all mid-level or higher c developers.

I would say that the most notable part of the book is the fact that Jon Skeet teaches to go deeper and learn with excitement. Nov 02, Arun Mahendrakar rated it it was amazing. I’ll keep it simple and to the point: Best take aways from this book YMMV: The amount of information Jon Skeet gives you in this chapter about the dynamic keyword is simply immeasurable.

Using ‘Func’ in my code has never come to me naturally never before, I should say. Now I know wha I’ll keep it simple and to the point: Now I know what I was missing! Simple and effective language, clear and concise code samples make reading this book well worth it.

Nov 28, Igoris Azanovas rated it it was amazing. Very technical, it is supported both from theoretical way and from practical way.

Some sections are very hard to grasp, that are advanced which most of people are not using, but it is good to know.