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C# Yellow Book 2012 Released

08.26.2012
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robmiles.com - C# Yellow Book 2012 Now Available

"The latest version of the C# Yellow Book is now available for free download. You can get it here, or you can press the spiffy new short cut on this page.

There are a few changes. I’ve fixed all the mistakes that have been sent in (and probably added a few more). The section on Graphical User Interfaces now covers XAML rather than Windows Forms. And the text now mentions “The Wizard of Oz”" [GD: Post Leached in full]

robmiles.com - C# Yellow Book

The C# Book is used by the Department of Computer Science in the University of Hull as the basis of the First Year programming course.

We give away a free printed copy to students when they arrive in the department, and we also give a copy away to anyone who comes to see us on an Open Day. This is the 2012 version of the book, which now has yellow flowers on the cover. I'll find something else yellow for next year. Perhaps a duck.

You can also download the Windows Phone Blue Book, which gives you 160 pages of inside info on Windows Phone development.

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If your looking to learn how to program, or learning C#, or know someone who is, this free eBook is a must go-to starting point.

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