Apr 27, Mariyan Tashev rated it really liked it Shelves: it. Overall this is a good resource to learn C 5. The target audience is intermediate-advanced developers. Don't expect basic intro to OOP. The author goes into great detail when it comes to explaining how the new features work and compares them with the "old" way of doing stuff. However sometimes he gets a bit too carried away with details and it gets a bit hard to follow. Also I think the examples could've been a bit more "real world", as for me this is a better way to understand somewhat abstrac Overall this is a good resource to learn C 5.
Also I think the examples could've been a bit more "real world", as for me this is a better way to understand somewhat abstract concepts. That said I think the book is worth your time. Dec 25, Kai Weber rated it really liked it Shelves: it. I agree with many other reviewers that this book doesn't satisfy the title's promise.
The reader shouldn't expect a practical course book here. It's a book for concentrated reading for those who want to understand the design concepts behind C and the. NET common language runtime.
It's for intermediate programmers, especially for those with experience in another object-oriented language that has a C-style syntax, who are now approaching C. The book is sophisticated in style and content and very I agree with many other reviewers that this book doesn't satisfy the title's promise.
The book is sophisticated in style and content and very readable at the same time, with a nice sense of occasional humour. It covers core technologies, with the only flaw of spending too much time on the practical, but non-essential Rx extensions. If you do belong to the group of people with this background, you will probably find this book rewarding and useful. Maybe a future edition of Griffith's book could also add a chapter on refactoring or bad smells, as the Java-book of Michael Inden does.
Title should be about learning basic concepts There's not really much information about building anything other than very basic "hello world" code. Building an app of any kind is definitely not covered. The book does well at describing concepts, but these have been covered a thousand times in all.
Fyi: a single chapter on asp. Jan 08, Rembo rated it it was amazing. This is a very comprehensive overview of the language that also touches some of the surrounding. NET libraries. I definitely felt that the book covered everything I needed to know about C 5.
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The only criticism I have is that the author does tend to be too wordy at times. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Goodreads is hiring! If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. About Ian Griffiths. Ian Griffiths. Books by Ian Griffiths. Professional C 4. Christian Nagel. Stanley Lippman. CodeNotes for C.
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