C# is simple but powerful. C# is a simple and general-purpose object-oriented programming language. Combine this with its versatility and huge standard library, and it's easy to see why it's such a popular and well-respected programming language. Create graphical applications, Web-based apps, and more. When you learn how to program in C#, you will be able to develop Web-based applications or graphical desktop applications. One of the best things about C# is that it's easy to learn...especially with this book. Here's just some of what you'll learn:
Practice exercises that will help make programming in C# click for you are included. Includes an exercise at the end of each chapter (along with the solution) so you can practice what you've learned. Great for beginning programmers or those who are new to the Java language.
If you've never programmed before, don't worry. This book will guide you step by step to creating your first software application. If you have some programming experience, then this book will teach you the specifics of the Java programming language.
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"Good by itself"
Despite what others say: you do not need the companion book to get something out of this audiobook.
That being said: Do not listen to it with out having read other material and becoming familiar C#.
If one is having difficult with the materials, then listening to this book can help solidify one's understanding by emphasizing the main points and ideology instead of focusing on the minor details.
Most course books can get one lost in confusing detail laden run on sentences with confusing syntax.
The 30 second rewind in Audible is a godsend if you need a point reiterated.
I really benefited by listening to this book while walking outside.
"Great companion to the actual book"
This doesn't really apply for C# books. The audio book is purely a companion to the actual book due to the nature of the subject matter.
Teaches you everything about getting set up and the foundations of the subject matter.
Listening to the narrator read out lines of code was amusing, difficult to do as it is a visual subject you need to read rather than listen to. The narrator did a great job given what he was reading.
Yes, I listened to it in the car on the way to work.
Don't get this without also buying the physical book. Due to the code examples you need to see them to fully understand the subject matter.
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