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Learning Object-Oriented Programming in C# 5.0

Learning Object-Oriented Programming in C# 5.0 (Paperback)

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LEARNING OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C# 5.0 is a uniquely practical, hands-on guide to the powerful features of C# 5.0, one of the most common, general-purpose object-oriented programming languages in use today. The examples and projects in this book progress from easy to advanced, covering the principles and benefits of object-oriented programming for developing real-world applications. With the expert guidance of programmer, author, and teacher B.M. Harwani, you will explore: object-oriented programming fundamentals; advanced class features such as generics and operator overloading; web services, LINQ, multiple threading, and security features; .NET features, including assemblies, interfaces, delegates, events; web application development, and ADO.NET; and much more. Expand your programming skills today with LEARNING OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C# 5.0, a refreshingly helpful guide to developing with C#.

Computing & ITComputer programming / software developmentObject-oriented programming OOP Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc Publication Date: 20/05/2014 ISBN-13: 9781285854564  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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B. M. Harwani is the founder and owner of Microchip Computer Education (MCE), based in Ajmer, India, which provides computer education in all programming and web-development platforms. He has more than 20 years' experience teaching programming concepts and has written many books on topics related to programming and development, including JSP, JSF, EJB, PHP, .NET, Joomla, jQuery, WordPress, and smartphones. To learn more, visit his blog, http://bmharwani.com/blog.

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