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Interesting Super informative book with a lot of real life application build examples This was the first book i read for c and it got me going in the right direction and it was easy to follow and understand If anyone is wanting to begin coding then this would be the first book i recommend they take a look at This would be best for people who want to learn how to make desktop applications for windows based computers It keeps the focus on just building desktop applications In the first chapter you start Super informative book with a lot of real life application build examples This was the first book i read for c and it got me going in the right direction and it was easy to follow and understand If anyone is wanting to begin coding then this would be the first book i recommend they take a look at This would be best for people who want to learn how to make desktop applications for windows based computers It keeps the focus on just building desktop applications In the first chapter you start off building a contact managerment system with a database for the backend which can be useful in just about any business that someone might be in Like the rest of the Head First books I have read, it s a solid and even entertaining approach to introducing someone to a topic While I am an experienced programmer, I haven t touched anything related to.NET since it first appeared on the horizon Again, like the others, it s not going to be a great reference book later, but it is literally a jump start into the subject Keep them coming Head First, even if it s a topic I don t need, I have never hesitated to recommend your books for others Like the rest of the Head First books I have read, it s a solid and even entertaining approach to introducing someone to a topic While I am an experienced programmer, I haven t touched anything related to.NET since it first appeared on the horizon Again, like the others, it s not going to be a great reference book later, but it is literally a jump start into the subject Keep them coming Head First, even if it s a topic I don t need, I have never hesitated to recommend your books for others In fact this one is out on loan to a friend This book really got meinterested in C ,.NET, and OOP In many ways it only scratches the surface, but then again if you are somewhat of a beginner or even just someone who can code but doesn t know a lot about what is going on underneath the covers like I was at the time it dives quite deep while keeping things interesting There are three labs in the book where you write small games in C The last one, space invaders, was one of the most fun times I ve had programming so far. I think the style is not for me, I get it and sometimes it can be friendly and easy to understand, but when is not, it s a complete mess.I can recommend this book if you want lo learn, specially from a beginner level, but no if you are looking for a reference book or if you came with experience from another language. I still remember the tiger The Headfirst series to this day is an immensely lovable concept Some books of the set may be misses, but their principles of making learning exciting, especially for those who aren t in the classroom yet, are one of the most valuable things you can do I still remember the simple cylinder drawings representing objects My first linear dive with formalized, non scripty computer science Some of the examples were outdated so I had to genuinely debug the tutorialspe I still remember the tiger The Headfirst series to this day is an immensely lovable concept Some books of the set may be misses, but their principles of making learning exciting, especially for those who aren t in the classroom yet, are one of the most valuable things you can do I still remember the simple cylinder drawings representing objects My first linear dive with formalized, non scripty computer science Some of the examples were outdated so I had to genuinely debug the tutorialsperfect strategy, O Reilly Hats off one of the first programming books i read, is super hands on not boring, great for beginners learning programming as it covers a lot of OOP concepts and other programming concepts too ,. {FREE EBOOK} ⚜ Head First C# Ê Head First C is a complete learning experience for object oriented programming, C , and the Visual Studio IDE Built for your brain, this book covers Cand Visual Studio , and teaches everything from language fundamentals to advanced topics including garbage collection, extension methods, and double buffered animation You ll also master C s hottest and newest syntax, LINQ, for querying SQL databases, collections, and XML documents By the time you re through, you ll be a proficient C programmer, designing and coding large scale applications Every few chapters you will come across a lab that lets you apply what you ve learned up to that point Each lab is designed to simulate a professional programming task, increasing in complexity until at last you build a working Invaders game, complete with shooting ships, aliens descending while firing, and an animated death sequence for unlucky starfighters This remarkably engaging book will have you going from zero towith C in no time flat I already have some knowledge of programming languages like Java, so this book was quite easy to read I have read a few Head First series and I like the way they present information diagrams, Q As, etc.It got a bit boring for me though, but I m probably not the group s target audience This book focuses on Visual C and Winforms, but for a challenge I implemented the exercises using MonoDevelop and GTK instead Exercises are quite interesting Beehive simulator, space invaders I already have some knowledge of programming languages like Java, so this book was quite easy to read I have read a few Head First series and I like the way they present information diagrams, QAs, etc.It got a bit boring for me though, but I m probably not the group s target audience This book focuses on Visual C and Winforms, but for a challenge I implemented the exercises using MonoDevelop and GTK instead Exercises are quite interesting Beehive simulator, space invaders