C# tutorial or book?
Posted 01 May 2010 - 06:50 PM
I want to teach a friend how to program in C#, I have some minor experience with the language and want to improve my knowledge while teaching him how to program (I know how to code in Actionscript 3 and C++). Is there any good beginner books or tutorial? (That covers most of the language).
I want to star with the basics, but when the time comes I want to learn as I teach.
I don't know if I made my point. (I REALLY need to take few English class)
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Posted 05 October 2010 - 10:24 PM
Assuming you want to use .NET 4.0 (visual studio 2010), here are the books I would recommend:
Essential C# 4.0 (seconded)
Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform
I would say avoid books about Game Development in C# specifically. Microsoft has been pushing XNA Studio as a Teenager/Hobbyist thing, and most of the material out there about Game Dev in C# sucks.
After you get the basics down of the language, I would suggest joining XNA Game Dev Network with Microsoft and downloading a lot of their example games to get a feel for it.
Also, I think MS might be moving to add DX to C#. If that is the case, some C++ and DirectX books might help as well. For now, the XNA library should be ok for what you are looking to do. I've also seen hybrid games that use both C# XNA and C++ DX10.
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