Fundamentals of Computer Programming with C - Intro Programming ...

If some years ago someone wanting to become a software developer had asked me "Where do I start from", I wouldn't have been able to give them a definitive answer. Today I can say without worry – "Start from this very book (in its C# or Java version)!". I wish you with all my heart success in mastering the secrets of C#, the .
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Fundamentals of Computer Programming with C# (The Bulgarian C# Programming Book) by Svetlin Nakov & Co. http://www.introprogramming.info ISBN: 978-954-400-773-7 ISBN-13: 978-954-400-773-7 (9789544007737) ISBN-10: 954-400-773-3 (9544007733) Pages: 1122 Language: English Published: Sofia, 2013

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