Hi all! I am looking for good lecture textbooks that explains C sharp concepts and includes exercises to practice! L
This very much depends on what you are planning on using C# for. If it is websites like the Umbraco CMS https://umbraco.com/, win32 apps or mobile. I just went back and found out that I have 36 cm of textbooks on C# and .NET starting back with Visual Studio 2010 and I must admit I have only read a minor portion of it. C# and .NET is evolving so fast that a book will soon become too old.
The one I actually did read was not on C# or .NET as such, but more on object oriented programming and design as such is Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach by Roger Pressman If you get hold of the design principles then you can fill in C# or Java or whatever you feel like. That said, Wrox usually has some good books but you should not choose the ones that says beginner on them.
thanks you for the reply! I will look into the book! I notice OOP has a lot of concepts to grasp and the syntax is constantly changing or upgrading.
I started skimming and reading Pro C#7 with .NET and .NET Core by Andrew Troelsen. I got overloaded with information but now I just use it for reference if I need more information on a topic or syntax. I feel you suggestion of understanding the design and all is a better approach. Thanks again!