- 出版社: Apress; 1st ed. (2011年5月29日)
- 丛书名: Expert's Voice in C#
- 平装: 378页
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 1430235306
- 条形码: 9781430235309
- 商品尺寸: 19 x 2.2 x 23.5 cm
- 商品重量: 658 g
- ASIN: 1430235306
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Beginning C# Object-Oriented Programming (英语) 平装 – 2011年5月29日
Dan Clark is a senior business intelligence (BI)/programming consultant specializing in Microsoft technologies. He is focused on learning new BI/data technologies and on training others how to best implement the technology. Dan has published several books and numerous articles on .NET programming and BI development. He is a regular speaker at various developer/database conferences and user group meetings and enjoys interacting with the Microsoft developer and database communities. In a previous life, he was a physics teacher; he is still inspired by the wonder and awe of studying the universe and figuring out why things behave the way they do.
- Overview of Object-Oriented Programming
- Designing OOP Solutions: Identifying the Class Structure
- Designing OOP Solutions: Modeling the Object Interaction
- Designing OOP Solutions: A Case Study
- Introducing the .NET Framework and Visual Studio
- Creating Classes
- Creating Class Hierarchies
- Implementing Object Collaboration
- Working with Collections
- Implementing the Data Access Layer
- Developing Windows Applications
- Developing Web Applications
- Developing and Consuming WCF Services
- Developing the OSO Application
- Wrapping Up
- Fundamental Programming Concepts
- Exception Handling in C#
- Installing the Required Software
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Nothing was earth shattering, the book is well written, easy to understand. I'd say for someone brushing up or just getting familiar with OOP its solid.
My one criticism is the heavy emphasis on UML. Honestly I've been working in development for over 15 years and have never seen UML practically used. Not to say some shops don't use it, but I've never seen it requested in skill sets or mentioned by recruiters or asked about it in interviews.
This book gives an ok introduction to C#, but it is somewhat shallow and leaves a lot of stuff unsaid. I would have cut down on some of the excercises and filled up with more details, but that is my preference.
This book is no different, but packed more of new information and is using new technologies to present the topic and complete the application. I specially liked the introduction to WCF and silverlight. WCF is a confusing topic for me, I have 2 books on it. But Dan's explanation on WCF is straight forward, so the beginner reader won't be confused unlike me when I first started understanding WCF.
If you have the basic knowledge of programming but new to OOP, I suggest you grab this book and complete the application. It won't make you the best or expert programmer, but will give you enough wisdom to tackle your next small project, from concept to code.
While I may disagree with some of the "logic" programmers use in their development, the way in which Clark rationalizes decisions is very clear. The graphics are easy to understand, and his explanations provide insight into a world that is often "murky" to the outsider.
An excellent purchase.