There has been a noticeable increase in people asking where to start C# recently. So I have been across a couple of forums and pulled together a list of some useful links and resources.
Home and Learn Tutorial
CodeProject Tutorial P1CodeProject Tutorial P2CodeProject Tutorial P3CodeProject Tutorial P4CodeProject Tutorial P5
DreamInCode - Debugging
DreamInCode - How to efficiently search the InternetDreamInCode - Debugging Tips
These may be slightly more advanced than 'beginner'C# Book DownloadsBlog - Mastering VS2010 debuggingBlog - VS2010 Debugging Improvements
C# Language SpecificationVisual C# ResourcesC# ReferenceC# Programming Guide
Feel free to contribute more / criticise current links and I will add/remove them.
gasp you are using Bing ? :)
Now really, i like the dream in code forum, they have very usefull advices and tutorials, and i'm glad you included rob miles book very usefull for beginners
Read thisWhere do i start
And this learning resources
Haha the bing link was only because I saw it on one of our own threads and hadnt seen a 'let me bing that for you' before xD
Can a mod add those links to the useful resources heading :)
Despite this thread being dead for 3 months, i am going to add on to it.
Another great resource is [Lynda.com](http://www.lynda.com/C-training-tutorials/1022-0.html).
Also the HeadFirst Series and Murach's C# 2010 book are pretty good resources.
Other ways of learning are using forums, expirementing, taking classes, and my personal favorite... Google!
It's fine to add to it, it's stickied so that it is seen regardless of how inactive it is :)
Recently I was looking for books about C#. Since this thread doesn't have alot of book suggestions I'll add the results of my search to it in the hope that it will be useful to others as well.
A C# Reading List by Eric Lippert:
Essential C# 4.0 (3rd Edition) / Essential C# 5.0 (4th Edition)
C# In Depth (2nd Edition, C# 4.0) / C# In Depth (3rd Edition, C# 5.0)
Effective C# (2nd Edition, C# 4.0)
More Effective C#
The C# Programming Language (4th Edition, C# 4.0)
CLR via C# (3rd Edition) / CLR via C# (4th Edition)
Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform (5th Edition, C# 4.0)
Pro C# 5.0 and the .NET 4.5 Framework (6th Edition, C# 5.0)
I've started learning C# by reading MSDN resources:
Some very good suggestions :) avd could you put them into the original post? Cheers
C# 4.0 in a Nutshell (4th Edition) / C# 5.0 in a Nutshell (5th Edition)
What have you tried
A must read material.
Nice, thx. Very helpful to me :)
I am studying C#.Net as self-studying, what books i have to study?I would like to know
great informantion. Thanks you