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In short, he writes about everything to a greater or lesser extent in this book. You can tell he's still completely turned on by the CLR, he loves it but retains room for its criticism where he sees fit which is rare, but justifiably scathing at times. He often talks about something as though he were unwrapping an anticipated Christmas gift, such is his enthusiasm. And his enthusiasm is contagious as you wish and dream the project you are working on was targeting 4.
I can't deny, it is the best. NET book I have ever read. The book is a staple for the. NET framework. Read it. Let me start by saying this: Every chapter is a 'world in itself'.
That is the amount of detail you gain from each chapter. The chapter names might sound simple and naive, but the author takes you on a deep-dive on that topic. I started with the 3rd edition and finished with the 4th one and I regret not having read this book a little early in my career. IMHO if you have at least 3 yrs of experience in. Beginners 6 mos to 1 yr of Let me start by saying this: Beginners 6 mos to 1 yr of exp might not appreciate very much.
Doubtless that I have read many tech-books being a software professional, but this one is the best one so far. I read the first edition of this book about 10 years ago. I wanted to re-read to see what has changed since that time. Most of it dealt with the way threading and writing asynchronous code.
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Understanding how CLR handles threads and memory made me realize the F compiler camp is spread some false stories about the immutability of their language. I imagine Scala is the same way depending on which JVM it uses for run I read the first edition of this book about 10 years ago.
I imagine Scala is the same way depending on which JVM it uses for runtime.
I gave it a three stars because I found myself really board at times. Granted this is a hard subject to make lively and entertaining, but GD some of the sections were like chewing on a wet napkin. If you are a. Net developer and you are serious about your craft then this book is a must read.
Especially the last section on Threading. I'm only sad the the people that wrote SharePoint didn't take some of the authors advice. If they had I might not have so many grey hairs. A highly must read book for c developers.
A valuable insight on various aspect of developing c applications. Jeffrey Richter offers in-depth research and clear explanations of CLR. This book has the potential to extend the knowledge even to experienced professionals. Highly recommended. This book is a must read, if you're heading into writing C code. Not only deep dives it into the. NET internals, but the way it's presented by Jeffery Richter is really easy to understand.
After reading it, you'll think different. May 14, Andrey added it. The fundamental book to know how C really works. Not for beginners. It's amazing how well-structured the samples are. This is the 4th edition of a book that started me off in. NET 5 years ago with the 2nd edition. It is a classic. I'm going back through the 4th edition now, slowly. CLR via C cover a broad array of topics on C and the Common Language Runtime, and there is certainly a lot of value to be had from this book.
However it is not clear to me how this book is to be read. I kept it on my desk and snuck in a few pages in between tests running and code compiling, and this is certainly not the right way to read this -- it's a bit dense; there are code examples in both C and IL and in many cases you really need to work along the book with your own code to get the mos CLR via C cover a broad array of topics on C and the Common Language Runtime, and there is certainly a lot of value to be had from this book.
I kept it on my desk and snuck in a few pages in between tests running and code compiling, and this is certainly not the right way to read this -- it's a bit dense; there are code examples in both C and IL and in many cases you really need to work along the book with your own code to get the most out of it.
Despite the subtitle, it's not really a reference book either. The chapters are designed to be read from start to finish, and they're a bit long. It would be difficult to quickly refresh yourself on a particular topic unless you know exactly what you're looking for. It would probably be best suited to a freelance programmer who can dedicate an hour or two a day to actively work through it, in which case it would be very valuable indeed.
Apr 14, Tushar Tyagi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Such an amazing book! I've not read the entire thing; but I keep going back to it for having the deep understanding of whatever I am working on at the moment and it has never disappointed me. The language is terse, the presentation clear, and the depth and the breadth covered is just mind blowing. Really deserve more than 5 stars. Nov 01, Rahul Agarawal rated it it was amazing. Should reread every new edition!
Awesome, as usually. Sep 05, Anbarasan Samandan rated it it was amazing. Must read book for a. NET programmer. Mar 16, Pavel Shchegolevatykh rated it liked it. One of the classic boring technical books with raw information.
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Nothing special. Even Microsoft documentation is much better now. Hello, world! Sep 02, Igor Celik rated it it was amazing. A must read for any dot. It is breathtaking to see the wideness and depth it covered the features in. A pleasurable reading experience. Mar 29, Viktor rated it did not like it. Don't read this book. It's unprofessional, full of author's opinions, instead of focusing on actual facts about CLR and C. Also the author himself writes that he doesn't like Microsoft's guidelines and doesn't follow them.
This is a bad practice and will teach you to code wrongly. Here are some quotes from the book that really frustrated me: Another one: NET Framework and its programming languages. And another one: