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Jun 18, 2010 04:05 PM|LINK
Bit of background: I'm using C# on a daily basis and have been doing so for the past year, and for a year or so a few years back.
In between been busy with PHP and some Java (VB/VB.Net prior to it all).
So my C# / .Net aren't *that* bad, but have to admit it got some holes in it. (especially the framework)
Will be taking some leave of absense and figured I'll use the bored hours "studying" a bit, using some good books (yeah, dead tree ones).
I was wondering if some of you can give me first-hand reviews of the new books on c#/.net 4.0?
There's several on amazon, but you know how it goes...all depend on the author and all that.