New CLR 2.0 book


I just saw that Jeff Richter’s CLR via C# is in stock on Amazon.  This is an update to his very popular Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming and it covers a bunch of new goodies in CLR 2.0…


 


I gotta say I love the title change… CLR via C# is one of the shortest tech book titles I have seen… Oh course that is coming from the guy who came up with Standard Library Annotated Reference Volumes 1: Base Class Library and Extended Numerics Library and Volume 2: Networking Library, Reflection Library, and XML Library  😉 


 


Enjoy!

Comments (5)

  1. Brad, do either of your books you linked to include ebooks? Often times, when I get a few moments to read, I don’t have my books with me but I would like to put the ebook on my tablet and read it. I see no mention of it on Amazon but figured I’d ask anyway.

  2. BradA says:

    Sure — I notice that Safari (http://safari.oreilly.com/)  has the SLAR books, but not the FDG yet…

    Hope that helps!

    http://safari.oreilly.com/JVXSL.asp?x=1&mode=section&sortKey=rank&sortOrder=desc&view=section&xmlid=0321154894&k=20&g=&srchText=Brad+Abrams&code=&h=0&m=&l=1&j=list&catid=&s=1&b=1&f=1&t=1&c=1&u=1&r=&o=1&n=1&d=1&p=1&a=0&page=0

  3. David Betz says:

    I ordered this book today actually… Gotta love Amazon Prime–it will be here tomorrow morning for $4 shipping!

    I honestly expect to put this book as my #2 favorite technical book of all time.  #1 is of course Framework Design Guidelines.  Hmmm… I forgot who wrote that one though.. ha

  4. BradA says:

    Thanks David 😉