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Paperback Professional .Net for Java Developers with C# Book

ISBN: 1861007914

ISBN13: 9781861007919

Professional .Net for Java Developers with C#

This title takes a hands-on approach to assist Java developers in acquiring essential skills for working on Microsoft's .NET Framework. It covers all the major concepts of .NET Development, from... This description may be from another edition of this product.


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Customer Reviews

4 ratings

Full Chat client and Server included!!!

What really blew me away was the fact of having a full chat client and server code with step by step explanation in the remoting chapter to give an idea of Java developers that are accustomed in writting programs in RMI.Excelent Book!!!!

Shortest path to .NET knowledge

This is Wrox at its best - working code explained well by working programmers. This book provides the easiest way for a Java programmer to learn the basics of C# and the .NET environment including ASP.NET and database access with ADO.NET. Using this book and freely available software (.NET Framework, SharpDevelop, Web Matrix and MSDE) you have a complete environment for learning .NET for less than $...- hard to beat.

Great Book !

This book is great in its ability to port the Java programmer quickly over to .NET by explaining and comparing the concepts to Java.C# is so similar to Java that this book fits the market perfectly by not re-explaining the wheel, but rather focusing on the API's and resources available in .NET and how they relate to those that are available in Java. Also in true Wrox fashion, the book is heavy in the code examples department.

Good quick read

I've been working with Java and JSP Pages for a few years but my company's looking more and more at .NET and I was told to look into it. I'd heard a lot about it's similarity with Java, and so this book seemed a natural starting point. I wasn't dissapointed. It quickly ran through the important parts of .NET and how they related to what I already knew in Java: C# instead of Java, ASP.NET instead of JSP, ADO.NET instead of JDBC, etc.It was a quick book to work through (just 400 pages) but now I've finished it I'm writing my apps just as easily with .net as I can with Java - and there are some things like binding to data in web apps that are even easier to do. And I've been able to put together some .Net prototypes for my manager in just a few weeks.If you're looking for a overview of .NET and don't want to wade through a lot of stuff you already know, you won't be dissapointed with this.
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