Hi guys,

I am a newbie that starting to write programming in C#?
Anyway got any good suggestion that i can learn the C# example books, website or tutorial?


Thanks you

Using google research the following topics:

Variables
Arrays
Loops (for, foreach, do, while)
Methods
Namespaces
Classes
Enums
Application Extensions

Classes To Research:
System.Convert
System.Drawing.Color

Namespaces To Research (Get familiar with these):
System.Net
System.Net.NetworkInformation
System.Net.Sockets
System.Drawing
System.Windows.Forms
System.Threading
System.IO

Google is your best source of information on the internet. There are practically millions of people available to help you. I'm one of them. If you need any assistance with C# I'm available on Skype:

Username: unrain010

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If you really desperately want a book on C# get Deitel's Visual C#. It's a college level book and it's really good from what I've been told by professors. I never opened my copy because I learned everything from google before hand. Also remember that your most important thing to learn is the syntax. Here's an example of it.

// Reference to external dependencies. (Dlls)
using System.Net.NetworkInformation;

// Curly brackets open and close Namespaces, Classes, Methods, and variables depending on how you declare them.
namespace MyNamespace
{
   public class Interfaces
   {
        // Identifiers are not required but without one the default is public.
        private NetworkInterface[] MNI = NetworkInterface.GetAllNetworkInterfaces();

        // Voids are methods (variable types can form methods too, as long as they return a value)
        public void GetAll()
        {
            // Semi-colons are required after 99% of statements.
            string x = "";

            foreach (NetworkInterface ni in MNI)
            {
                x += ni.Name + Environment.NewLine;
            }
        }
    }
}

Edited 4 Years Ago by lxXTaCoXxl: Added comments to syntax example.

It's already been stated that a google search will do wonders for your quest for knowledge. With that being said, here are some MUST HAVE books for any serious .NET developer.

Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform is one of the most indepth resources available regarding .NET development using C#. Andrew Troelsen leaves no stone unturned as he explains the ins and outs of what makes up the .NET platform and the C# programming language.

Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform [Paperback]
Andrew Troelsen (Author)


Code Complete by Steve McConnell is IMO the best book on language independent software construction. Every developer should be required to read this book at least twice. I dare you to find a bad review for this book online..

Code Complete 2nd edtion by Steve McConnell

The .NET Rocks! radio program is an incredible resource to any developer. I urge you to listen to one episode.. you'll be hooked.. which brings me to..

.NET Rocks radio show!

DNRTv video show!


I hope this gets you started.

Buddy James
MCP, MCAD, MCSD.NET
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