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Are you aware of every sub-discipline in the category of computer and information sciences? Perhaps not.

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Computer programming is tremendous fun. Like music, it is a skill that derives from an unknown blend of innate talent and constant practice. Like drawing, it can be shaped to a variety of ends commercial, artistic, and pure entertainment. Programmers have a well-deserved reputation for working long hours, but are rarely credited with being driven by creative fevers. Programmers talk about software development on weekends, vacations, and over meals not because they lack imagination, but because their imagination reveals worlds that others cannot see.

-Larry O'Brien and Bruce Eckel in Thinking in C#




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More C++ Programming
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Note: Some of these tutorials might require a PDF reader. If you do not have an the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device, you can download a free copy here. Many also require the Google Play app for mobile devices.



More C# Programming
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Note: Some of these tutorials might require a PDF reader. If you do not have an the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device, you can download a free copy here. Many also require the Google Play app for mobile devices.


The following list of topics can serve two purposes for self-directed learners working on their C# programming skills. First, it is a list of the major topics essential to C# programming. As such, the list can be used as a guide (a learning map) for plugging holes in your knowledge of the language. Second, it is a directory that leads you to a no-nonsense tutorial.


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Note: Some of these tutorials might require a PDF reader. If you do not have an the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your device, you can download a free copy here. Many also require the Google Play app for mobile devices.

 

 

 

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