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Dig deep and master the intricacies of the common language runtime CLR and the. NET Framework 4. Written by a highly regarded programming expert and consultant to the Microsoft. You'll get hands-on instruction and extensive C code samples to help you tackle the tough topics and develop high-performance applications. Read more Read less. About the Author Jeffrey Richter is a cofounder of Wintellect www. Jeffrey has been consulting with the Microsoft. NET Framework team since October No customer reviews.
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If you want to make the leap from being a good programmer to being a great one, you must have a good grasp on the nitty gritty stuff that a lot of the time feels boring.
I work with several people whose idea of solving a problem is to read a tutorial on the internet for the exact solution. If you need to look online for a solution every time you run into a problem, you will only be as creative as other people.
You will be limited to what has already been done. Understanding the founding principles of. NET and its inner workings allows you to take things to a whole new level. You will start to really understand WHY things work and how you can combine several simple concepts together to create something that is far from simple. As an engineer I must understand how things work. It is simply not good enough to be content with mystery black boxes.
I must know why it works underneath the hood. This is my particular learning style and it is not the best for everyone, but all I can say is that it feels right. And this book is perfect for that. Read this book.
And when you run into stuff that feels boring, do not skip it. It may not apply to a project you are working on right now and it may not seem like it is something that will matter down the road, but the information is fundamental.
It will inspire new ideas and ways of doing things more efficiently. Remember: everything else in. NET builds off this. It's a wise investment in your career. There are plenty books that show you what you can do with C. This book shows how C does what it does and tells you why. There is no better advanced C book available on the market. If you want to learn the CLR, this is the way to do it. There is no better way. You will not find a better treatment of threading.
This book covers threading in great detail. The author's style of writing makes the book very easy to read, and he is able to present complex topics in an easy to learn format. The only part of the book I can't stand is the Forward. There Jeffrey's wife tells us that this is his last book. That would be understandable, but ashame. All the code in the book is in one solution and is easy to use. All in all, this is an absolute must read for any C developer. The understanding of C you gain from this book will take you too the next level, no matter what level of programmer you are today.
Richter's ability to explain even the hardest things is absolutely unique. It doesn't matter if it's about threading, or CLR internal stuff. After reading his books everything is like piece of cake.
First edition of this book was my first book I read about. NET, and it was really a great choice. The book delves into CLR so deeply but it's still easy to follow. Now after 6 years of professional development with C , I took this edition and I still was able to learn 'tons' of new things. It was not just helpful for my profession, but it was also a big fun. The book covers CLR in great depth. NET 4. Those chapters at the end of the book are brilliant.
Much better than other books about parallel programming with. Highly recommended. The first thing I'd like to say is this book rocks. It should be one of the first books you open up if you want to really be good at OOP. Because first you have to learn what the CLR is doing and why because the code you write directly relates to it by performance, and expected behavior. If you don't know this, then you end up with more??
Ok, yes the some of this book gets really advanced i. However there are a lot of just fundamentals here that are critical parts in this book that EVERY developer needs to grasp and memorize fully in order to be an effective programmer. It's important to know what is going on. The thing I like about this book is it's not just a dry read, plain technical book.
Yea some of it is very technical and can be considered a reference but it's sort of a hybrid to me, not just a reference. You also have the author's thoughts, reasoning, etc. He's able to articulate what's going on and able to explain it in simple terms even though what he's talking about has a lot of detail and is very in depth.
So in other words, this is a much more "modern" developer book. Modern is by my definition those authors who can teach you when you read their books. They are not just dry technical text that bore you to death and leave out reality or real-world examples. They engage you, and they stick in your head because the author knows how to communicate not only in one way but usually able describe a topic from many ways It's one of those books that you'll use over and over again throughout your career and it will really save you a lot of pain.
And you should be reading at least the fundamentals above Other books for example may talk about value and reference types but they fail to really give you a grasp of WHY you need to know about this and really explain what's going on in detail in a way that you can understand clearly and simply. And there are a lot of things in here that even Sr. Everyone can learn a lot from this book.
I too am still learning a lot from this book. There's a lot to read even in the sections I listed above, but you should really get this book and find a way to read every page of those sections. Go to Amazon. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
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CLR Via C# by Jeffrey Richter
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Dig deep and master the intricacies of the common language runtime CLR and the. NET Framework 4. Written by a highly regarded programming expert and consultant to the Microsoft. You'll get hands-on instruction and extensive C code samples to help you tackle the tough topics and develop high-performance applications.
CLR via C#, Fourth Edition
Dig deep and master the intricacies of the common language runtime, C , and. NET development. Led by programming expert Jeffrey Richter, a longtime consultant to the Microsoft. Delivers a thorough grounding in the. NET Framework architecture, runtime environment, and other key topics, including asynchronous programming and the new Windows Runtime.
CLR via C# (Pro-Developer)