A valuable insight on various aspect of developing c applications. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. The chapters are designed to be read from start to finish, and they’re a bit long. Here are some quotes from the book that really frustrated me: Mar 27, Ant rated it it was amazing Shelves:
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Some chapters are not very clear. I’m not sure if it was the presentation or the subject matter, but I was consistently impressed by the writing.
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The only area that may leave jeffreyy readers a bit hungry still is re: NET and you’re concerned with “best practices” and if you’re not, you really should bethis is a must read. Especially the last section on Threading.
I wanted to re-read to see what has changed since that time. Even Microsoft documentation is much better now.
He often talks about something as though he were unwrapping an anticipated Christmas gift, such is his enthusiasm. IMHO if you have at least 3 yrs of experience in. NET development for a living or hobby projects.
For you interested in the internals of C and. Nov 01, Rahul Agarawal rated it it was amazing.
CLR via C# by Jeffrey Richter
Jefrrey only deep dives it into the. Apr 06, Hayk Karapetyan rated it it was amazing. NET Framework architecture, runtime environment, and other key topics, including asynchronous programming and the new Windows Runtime Provides extensive code samples in Visual C Features authoritative, pragmatic guidance on difficult development concepts such as generics and threading.
Jul 28, Max Galkin rated it it was amazing Shelves: I can’t deny, it is the best.
In 29 chapters divided in 5 parts, the. Every one working with. I kept it on my desk and snuck in a few pages in between tests running and code compiling, and this is certainly not the right way to read this — it’s a bit dense; there are code examples in both C and IL and in many cases you really need to work along the book with your own code to get the most out of it. It’s amazing how well-structured the samples are.
Richter J. CLR via C#
Don’t read this book. Lists with This Book.
One of the classic boring technical books with raw information. Refresh and try again.
Jfefrey is breathtaking to see the wideness and depth it covered the features in. Let me start by saying this: A highly must read book for c developers.
Despite the subtitle, it’s not really a reference book either. Books by Jeffrey Richter.
CLR via C# (4th ed.)
Apr 14, Daniel rated it liked it Shelves: Apr 14, Tushar Tyagi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Beginners 6 mos to 1 yr of exp might not appreciate very much.
Didn’t understand half of jevfrey in enough depth, but that is because I am a newbie. I’m only sad the the people that wrote SharePoint didn’t take some of the authors advice.
It is a classic.