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* Written by Peter Wright, who taught 100,000 new programmers how to program in Visual Basic when Microsoft last launched a new product so suitable for new/hobbyist and aspirant programmers. The same Peter Wright style today makes this book the best Express tutorial available.
* Covers all the key features of Express C# in a friendly, accessible style, and opens up a whole range of exciting continuation products in the Apress roadmaps for when the new programmers wants to continue their journey.
* C# is the language of the future and a lot of aspirant programmers are going to choose C#
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* Written by Peter Wright, who taught 100,000 new programmers how to program in Visual Basic when Microsoft last launched a new product so suitable for new/hobbyist and aspirant programmers. The same Peter Wright style today makes this book the best Express tutorial available.

* Covers all the key features of Express C# in a friendly, accessible style, and opens up a whole range of exciting continuation products in the Apress roadmaps for when the new programmers wants to continue their journey.

* C# is the language of the future and a lot of aspirant programmers are going to choose C# as their entry-point into programming. This book serves that new community of programmers and presents a first-class author to guide them.

Autorenporträt
Peter Wright has over 10 years of experience designing, developing, and architecting applications using Microsoft technologies. He is the author of 11 books covering subjects as diverse as .NET, Visual Basic, object-oriented applications development, Delphi programming, and Linux GUI development. In particular Peter is the author of the huge best seller 'Beginning Visual Basic' titles, such as Beginning Visual Basic 6 (Wrox, ISBN: 1861001053) which taught a whole generation of programmers Visual Basic during the 90's.