Beginning C# 2008 Objects

From Concept to Code

  • Authors
  • Grant Palmer
  • Jacquie Barker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxix
  2. The ABCs of Objects

  3. Object Modeling 101

  4. Translating a UML “Blueprint” into C# Code

  5. Back Matter
    Pages 605-648

About this book


Updated with the changes to C#, Beginning C# 2008 Objects: From Concepts to Code introduces complete beginners to C# coding practice with a solid methodological foundation written by two critically–acclaimed experts in the field, already authors of the best–selling Beginning C# Objects.

By building from first principles in object–oriented terminology, then advancing through application design with Unified Modeling Language (UML) into practical examples, Beginning C# 2008 Objects: From Concepts to Code provides a foundational guide written from the perspective of two experienced, working authorities on C#.

Working coders will benefit from the object–oriented cast of the book and its section on use–case modeling. This is the book to read if you want to deepen and advance your existing professional development in C# with an eye towards advancing out of pure coding work.

For the reader wishing to “simply learn C#”, this book will provide exactly that. In addition to listing code and syntax, Beginning C# 2008 Objects: From Concepts to Code also walks you through the design and architecting of a functioning C# application, showing the “why” and the “how” of the development decisions that go into professional C# coding.


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