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best book for .NET programming?

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Dan
Hi Guys

just wanna do a quick poll here, what is the best book for .NET programming
in general for people migrating from VC++ 6?

thanks
dan
Jul 21 '05 #1
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> just wanna do a quick poll here, what is the best book for .NET
programming
in general for people migrating from VC++ 6?


One of the important things added to .NET applications is it's security.
Unless you create only one executable that runs only on your local computer,
you need to understand this security.
The book ".NET Framework Security " (Addison Wesley) gives a pretty good
understanding.

Because I wanted to learn .NET programming first without the additional
complexity of VC++ .NET, I started to learn C# because that is a native .NET
language and I figured out, that once I understand C# then I can use the
knowledge in VC++ too. I use the book "C# and the .NET Framework: The C++
Perspective" (Sams Publishing) for that.

And the rest the online msdn web sites...
Jul 21 '05 #2

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My favorite publisher is wrox press...i've never been
disappointed by any of the over 20 of their books I have
bought.

John Crockett
jo******@hotmail.com

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Hi Guys

just wanna do a quick poll here, what is the best book for .NET programmingin general for people migrating from VC++ 6?

thanks
dan
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Jul 21 '05 #3

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In article <2d*****************************@phx.gbl>,
an*******@discussions.microsoft.com says...
My favorite publisher is wrox press...i've never been
disappointed by any of the over 20 of their books I have
bought.


Yeah, but didn't they go out of business?

-- Rick

Jul 21 '05 #4

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