Beginning C# Objects: From Concepts to Code by Jacquie Barker, Grant Palmer
Publisher: Apress; 1 edition (May 17, 2004) | ISBN-10: 159059360X | CHM | 12,5 Mb | 819 pages


Learning to design objects effectively with C# is the goal of Beginning C# Objects: From Concepts to Code. This comprehensive

yet approachable guide to object oriented programming using UML and today's hottest programming language, which is C#.

Beginning C# Objects: From Concepts to Code is a guide for anyone wanting to learn the C# language, beginning with the

basics. It offers example case studies for those already familiar with C# that may prove useful. Presents object terminology and

concepts, how to think in terms of objects, an introduction of object modeling, translating an object model into C#, and more.

Beginning C# Objects: From Concepts to Code is written with programmers and also programming tutorials in mind, and is a

natural candidate for academic selection for the teaching of C# and principled object-oriented programming. Time and again,

software developers have attempted to master an OO programming language like Java by taking a course in Java, or by reading

a book in Java, or by acquiring and using a Java integrated development environment (IDE) tool such as Forte, or Visual Café, or

JBuilder, or Power J, or Kawa. However, there is something fundamentally missing: a basic understanding of what objects are

all about, and more importantly, knowledge of how to structure a software application from the ground up to make the most of