Books : "Practical .NET2 and C#2" by Patrick Smacchia
By Patrick SmacchiaISBN 0-9766132-2-0Jan 2006 (896 pages)
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The The author has placed himself from the point of view of the developer which must both be quickly productive and anticipate changes without having to question their acquired skills. More than half this book is dedicated to the new features introduced by version 2.0 of .NET.• The .NET platform: CLR, CIL language, Common Type System, assembly, metadata, JIT compilation, GC, AppDomain, MSBuild, deployment (ClickOnce, MSI), localization, process, thread, synchronization, asynchronous call, security, CAS, attribute, reflection, interoperability with P/Invoke and COM.• The C#2 language (and a detailed comparison with C++): Typing, class, structure, object, interface, inheritance, polymorphism, abstraction, genericity, pointers and unsafe code, delegate, events, exception, nullable type, anonymous method, iterator.• The .NET Framework: Collection, trace, debugging, I/O, socket, file, Windows Forms 2, GDI+, ADO.NET 2, transaction, XML, .NET Remoting, ASP.NET 2, web services.With several reminders to fundamental notiontions, students as well as beginners will feel at ease. The experienced developer will easily be able to take advantage of the subtle features offered by .NET 2.0 such as generics, unified transactional model, the unified transactional model, master pages or ClickOnce deployment. Download the 647 code examples at www.PracticalDOT.Net .
|Table Of Contents|
|Table of content: 0. PrefacePART I The .NET 2 Platform1. Introduction to .NET2. Assembly, module, IL language 3. Build, deploy and configure your .NET applications4. The CLR (Common Languages Runtime)5. Processes, threads and synchronization 6. Security 7. Reflection, late binding, attributes8. Interoperability between .NET and native code/COM/ COM+PART II The C#2 Language9. Fundamental concepts of the language10. The .NET 2 type system from a C#2 point of view11. Classes and objects12. Inheritance, polymorphism and abstraction 13. Generics 14. Unsafe code, exceptions, anonymous methods, iteratorsPART III The .NET 2 Framework15. Collections 16. Base classes 17. Input/Output and streams18. Windows forms applications19. ADO.NET 2.020. Transactions21. XML22. .NET Remoting 23. ASP.NET 2.0 24. Introduction to web services development with .NET 25. Appendix|
|Patrick Smacchia is a .NET MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) involved in software development for over 15 years. After graduating in mathematics and software from the ENSEEIHT school, he has worked on software in various fields such as stock exchange at Socit Gnrale, airplane ticket reservation at Amadeus and satellite base station at Alcatel. Hes now a software consultant and trainer on .NET technologies. Hes also the author of the tool NDepend which provides numerous metrics and caveats on any .NET application.|