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C# Programming Cookbook Published Recently

C# Programming Cookbook

C# Programming Cookbook

As you folks probably noticed, I haven’t been blogging regularly for the past couple of months. I was lucky enough to be working on my first book, something which I was very fortunate to have done. It was a fantastic experience and something I would recommend to anyone thinking about publishing a book. It is available at Amazon as well as on the Packt website. Just be aware, the selection on Packt’s website on the order form defaults to the eBook. So if you want the print book, be sure to select the correct option.

The book focuses on C# 6.0 and some of the cool new features available to developers. It also takes a look at Code Contracts, Microservices, Asynchronous Programming, Reactive Extensions, Azure, effective debugging and source control solutions. it obviously wouldn’t be complete without a chapter on Object Oriented Programming and Classes and Generics. I also threw in a chapter on Regular Expressions for the fun of it. Lastly I decided to include a chapter on Mobile Development with the focus being on setting up and using Xamarin. If you’re new to programming C#, then check the book out. I tried to write it to ease those new to C# into more advanced topics.

I hope that the book will be of value to many aspiring and seasoned developers in the developer community. Here is the table of contents:

Table of Contents

  1. New Features in C# 6.0
  2. Classes and Generics
  3. Object-Oriented Programming in C#
  4. Composing Event-Based Programs Using Reactive Extensions
  5. Create Microservices on Azure Service Fabric
  6. Making Apps Responsive with Asynchronous Programming
  7. High Performance Programming Using Parallel and Multithreading in C#
  8. Code Contracts
  9. Regular Expressions
  10. Choosing and Using a Source Control Strategy
  11. Creating a Mobile Application in Visual Studio
  12. Writing Secure Code and Debugging in Visual Studio
  13. Creating a Web Application in Azure
Dirk Strauss
Dirk is a Software Developer and Microsoft MVP from South Africa. He loves all things Technology and is slightly addicted to Twitter and Jimi Hendrix. Apart from writing code, he also enjoys writing human readable articles. "I love sharing knowledge and connecting with people from around the world. It's the diversity that makes life so beautiful." Dirk feels very strongly that pizza is simply not complete without Tabasco, that you can never have too much garlic, and that cooking the perfect steak is an art he has yet to master.

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