Essential .NET, Volume I: The Common Language Runtime (Microsoft .NET Development Series) (Paperback): 1 1st (first) Edition by Box, Don, Sells, Chris published by Addison Wesley (2002)

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    1. Kein anderes Buch hat mir so viel über erzählt wie dieses Buch. Aber vorsicht, es ist sicher keine Anleitung und kein Einsteigerbuch.Es ist eine Referenz und Erklärung - fast - aller Konzepte und Techniken die in und hinter .Net stecken.Angefangen von dem wie .Net Klassen behandelt, über Applikationen und Assemblies, weiter über Code Security, Code Generation, Code Insertion, Don Box bereitet diese Fülle an Information auch so auf dass man sie verstehen kann. Wo einem andere Autoren gerad [...]


    2. Don't let the first few chapters of this book fool you: this is a book for hardcore developers. It shouldn't be the first book you buy about , as it goes into incredible detail about the fundamentals of the platform. For example, when you learn about using types on the platform, it's not just a pragmatic approach to writing code: it shows underneath how the system does what it does. This gives you a fuller view of the system, and lets some of the mystery disappear. The knowledge makes you a be [...]


    3. This is not the book to dive into first if you want to really get . It's actually a fairly interesting mixture of what I now consider obvious and what I never stopped to consider. If you are just starting out, I would begin with Richter's book, and then digest this one quickly afterwards. There is a significant amount of overlap, but your final understanding will be very balanced.




    4. This book is worth reading if you keep in mind that its main purpose is to uncover the little quirks and secrets of the CLR. As the author states, it isn't intended to be a tutorial and shouldn't be your first choice if you are new to programming (I'd recommend the excellent Applied Framework Programming by Jeffrey Richter as a good starter book). However, reading Essential could potentially save you lots of time sifting through the MSDN documentation to find out why your program is not behav [...]


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