Posted by Filip Ekberg on 20 Nov 2012
C# Smorgasbord has been out for 3 months and has already gotten a lot of positive feedback and great reviews(See below)!
To thank you all for your support, I'm giving away a discount code for 35% discount on C# Smorgasbord!
This offer is for a limited time only, the discount will be available from November 20, 2012 to December 31, 2012!
The discount code works only on CreateSpace; this is where the book is printed. CreateSpace is a DBA of On-Demand Publishing LLC, part of the Amazon group of companies. Buy yourself, your spouse or your kids an early Christmas present!
Discount code: N9UV3WDP
Note that the Discount Code only works on CreateSpace!
The printed copy includes access to the ebook bundle; so you don't need to wait for the printed copy to arrive. After you've purchased the book just fill out the form on the book's website! CreateSpace ships globally and their shipment times are in most cases a lot shorter than what it says in their website.
Want to know more about C# Smorgasbord?
Want to peek inside? Sample available!
There's a "Look Inside" available on Amazon!
About the book
Looking at everything from testing strategies to compilation as a service and how to do really advanced things in runtime; you get a great sense of what you as a developer can do. By taking his personal views and his personal experience, Filip digs into each subject with a personal touch and by having real world problems at hand, we can look at how these problems could be tackled.
No matter if you are an experienced .NET developer, or a beginner, you will most certainly find a lot of interesting things in this book. The book covers important patterns and technologies that any developer would benefit from mastering.
Table of Contents
- Introduction to Parallel Extensions
- Productivity and Quality with Unit Testing
- Is upgrading your code a productive step?
- Creating a challenge out of the trivial tasks
- Asynchronous programming with async and await
- Dynamic programming
- Increase readability with anonymous types and methods
- Exploring Reflection
- Creating things at runtime
- Introducing Roslyn
- Adapting to Inversion of Control
- Are you Mocking me?
Want only digital versions?
Enjoy the read and spread the word!
I am extending the offer the rest of 2012! Enjoy the holidays!
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