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Discussion in 'Shell Script' started by benalt, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. benalt

    benalt New Member

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    I am a programmer who has been a stay home dad for a few years now and am wanting to get back in the industry. I was wondering if anyone here could recommend a book on c# for someone with no knowledge of it. In a prior life I did have some experience maintaining C++ code, though not my strong point which was in Unix shell programming.

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    Ben
     
  2. LynxSI

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    Hi Ben, I am also Ben! :D

    I started out with "The C# Programming Language". It is published by Microsoft Press and written by Anders Hejlsberg. This is a good place to start from zero.

    After that I never bought another book again. The internet took over... ;-)

    - Ben
     
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    LynxSI New Member

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    Ooops! I just looked, its not Microsoft Press. It was actually published by "Addison-Wesley" (a part of Pearson Education). It just *looks* like a Microsoft Press book.
     
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    Hey LynxSI,
    please look at the thread's starting date!
    its 12-27-2009
    :D
     

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