Murach's C#, 7th Ed (Murach)
Monday, 04 January 2021

This updated 7th edition covers the C# essentials along with how to take advantage of the most recent releases of C#, .NET, and Visual Studio. Joel Murach shows how to develop Windows Forms applications and how to use business classes, inheritance, and interfaces the way they're used in the real world. It's a database programming book that shows how to create professional database applications using Entity Framework and LINQ or ADO.NET, and how to develop 3-tiered, object-oriented, Windows Forms applications.



Author: Joel Murach
Publisher: Murach
Date: December 2020
Pages: 816
ISBN: 978-1943872534
Print: 1943872538
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate


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