Essential C# 8.0 7th Ed (Addison-Wesley)
Monday, 19 October 2020

This is a no-fluff guide to C# 8.0 for programmers at all levels of experience. Well known author Mark Michaelis presents a tutorial and reference for the entire language. This edition adds discussions of null reference types, indices and ranges, static local functions, and enhanced pattern matching. The book includes key C# 8.0 enhancements, succinct examples to illustrate key constructs, and new coding guidelines for minimizing bugs and writing code thats easier to evolve.

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Author: Mark Michaelis
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date: October 2020
Pages: 1088
ISBN: 978-0135972267
Print: 0135972264
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: C# 

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  • Use structured programming constructs to write functioning code immediately
  • Learn both the complexities and solutions to nullable reference types
  • Thoroughly master C# object constructs, including classes, inheritance, and interfaces
  • Reduce code redundancy with generics, delegates, lambda expressions, and events
  • Take full advantage of collections, including the new standard query operator collection API
  • Make the most of reflection, attributes, and the declarative programming paradigm
  • Improve multithreading with the task-based async pattern and C# 8.0 asynchronous streams
  • Enhance performance through the parallel processing of data and multithreading tasks
  • Program complex types with enhanced pattern matching syntax
  • Interoperate with unmanaged code written in other languages, including C-based APIs
  • Explore the relationship between C# programs and the underlying CLI runtime

 

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