New technologies, patterns, and frameworks are being developed every year so it's hard to stay up-to-date. This audiobook is intended to help to bridge that gap. The book does not provide secret recipes or uncover new patterns. The goal was to create a guide that provides a conventional overview of key .NET software development topics and helps formalize definitions of concepts such as the .NET Framework, Object-Oriented Programming, and design patterns.
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Review of design principles and .NET internals
OOP terms and definitions, SOLID design principle and .NET CRL internals
It was my first book narrated by Todd Gaddy, nice voice and good reading speed.
Book is not easy to digest in one sitting, definitely needs couple iterations due to the amount of information
This is not a book to learn the C# language, despite the name it doesn't focus on the syntax of C# or C# keywords. The book is about software design principles, algorithms and .NET internals. The information provided is good but the name can be misleading.
I have been disconnected with the programming world for around 4 years after my immigration to Canada from Pakistan but this refreshening course have been a very good start in getting back to the developers job finding as I am getting my confidence back. Thank you Aleksey for compiling this all together.
The information provided in this audiobook is not going to provide any "refreshing" on C#. It is rather a generic reading of a first year comp sci notes on topics such as link lists. It's just not useful and you can get better info off the web. Also the recording quality is poor. It sounds like someone read it through a mic on a computer. Lots of static and drop offs.
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