A traditional CS1 text using C#, Computing with C# demystifies the art of programming with C# through an introduction rich with clear explanations and intuitive examples. The text serves as an accessible and thorough guide to object-oriented and event-driven programming concepts. Students develop a mastery of objects through the author's spiral teaching approach: first straightforward examples are presented, then simple class design, and finally the more difficult aspects of inheritance and polymorphism. The author applies this approach throughout the text, and students acquire a meaningful understanding of programming concepts and techniques.Both noivce and experienced programmers will find that this text serves as an accessible and thorough guide to object-oriented and event-driven programming concepts.
|Title||:||Computing with C# and the .NET Framework|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2003|