C# School: 14 lessons to get you started with C# and .NET
by Faraz Rasheed
Number of pages: 338
The book is divided in to three progressive levels. In the first beginner stage the author discusses the .Net Framework, C# Language Fundamentals and Object Oriented Programming. In the second intermediate section he goes into depth with Object Oriented constructs such as inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes, interfaces, structures, enumerations and exceptions. In the third and final advanced section he delves into what is required to implement real world applications using C# with Base Libraries, focusing on topics such as Collections, Delegates, Events and Windows Programming with a number of control, as well as Data Access with ADO.Net, Threads and Streams.
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by Bruno R. Preiss - SOMA Networks
Author promotes object-oriented design using C# and illustrates the use of the object-oriented design patterns. The book shows how these patterns are used to create good software designs. Written for second- and third-year students.
by V. Mukhi, V. Kalantri, S. Mukhi - BPB Publications
This online e-book presents myriad fascinating concepts about C# classes. It is divided into three sections: Threads, Winforms and XML, with each of them converging on distinct facets of classes available in the .NET framework.
by Charles Petzold
This book covers everything that the C or C++ programmer needs to know about C# and the .NET framework. Object-oriented programming concepts are approached from scratch. Some programming experience with a C-family language is expected.
by Joseph Albahari
An extensive online book on multithreading in C#. This tackles difficult issues such as thread safety, when to use Abort, Wait Handles vs Wait and Pulse, the implications of Apartment Threading in Windows Forms, using Thread Pooling, etc.