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C# in Depth, 3rd Edition by Jon Skeet

 

  • One of the best advanced c#.net books out there...
  • Great book. I don't read it full yet, only half, but I already love this book.
  • This is a good book for any C# developer that is already fluent with the basics and is looking for something a bit more in depth.
  • Excellent book - you should have a good base knowledge of C# first, but anyone interested should be able to learn a lot from this. Highly recommended.
  • This is a must read book for C# developers to sharpen their programming skills and mindset.
  • This is one of the best technical books I've read in years. The writing is clear and engaging, while at the same time maintaining a high degree depth.
  • Wonderful book with excellent information even to experienced C# developers. Everything is very well explained by Jon. A must read!

 

C# 7.0 in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference 1st Edition by Joseph Albahari and Ben Albahari

 

  • This is a fantastic book, whether you're new to C# or are an experienced C# developer who wants to deepen your knowledge and understanding of the language and its core libraries.
  • Seems pretty comprehensive and writing is OK. Pretty much all you can ask for in a tech book.
  • Indispensable reference for serious C# developers. Exhaustive, deep, with crystal-clear explanations.
  • This is probably my favorite reference, I read it cover to cover and it makes perfect sense, and the information is incredibly useful.
  • Amazing book, well structured and informative. Covers all aspects of the c# language. Very concise and straight to the point.

 

Effective C# (Covers C# 6.0) by Bill Wagner

 

  • This is one of the best .NET programming books every written.
  • Effective C# is a must read book for C# developers. Wide range of problems are discussed in this book.
  • This is the definitive book for going beyond the basics of C#. The author has an extraordinary ability to combine precision with clarity.

 

Functional Programming in C#: Classic Programming Techniques for Modern Projects 1st Edition by Oliver Sturm

 

  • The author has done a tremendous job is picking out the key areas where functional programming suits well in C# programming.
  • This book showed me a different side of C# by getting away from the OO principles and using Functional principles.
  • Based on the subject, it's fantastic.
  • I would recommend this book for advanced programmers.

 

Adaptive Code: Agile coding with design patterns and SOLID principles (2nd Edition) by Gary McLean Hall

 

  • Definitely a nice book to read, got a clear understanding of most concepts discussed in it.
  • Terrific book about architecture and design patterns. I would highly recommend this for software engineers and developers from intermediate to advanced.
  • This book is recommended for any C# developer it's more than just a few design patterns some really useful things that I wanted always to know.
  • This is one of the most helpful software engineering books I've ever read.
  • All C# developer should read this book.
  • Amazing book, very informative.
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