C# 3.0 Tutorials with Visual Studio 2008 for Beginners

I have been doing C# 3.0 for a while now but I never wrote any tutorial related to C# 3.0 in my blog before. So, I decided to write a few C# 3.0 tutorials while I’m waiting the release of Silverlight 2.0 beta 1. I also notice that some of my friends from Silverlight Forum are so silent lately and they don’t even so active in the forum. I know that they are busy with preparing to go to MIX08 or learning WPF/Media/Flash/Flex.

In this tutorial series, I will cover the following topics with full of explanations, sample and etc (like my other tutorials in my blog). This tutorials are dedicatedly written for those who already have some experiences with C# 1 or 2 and totally newbie for C# 3.0. You will need to install Visual Studio 2008 to run the sample code.


The links will be updated once I published the tutorial in my blog. Please feel free to let me know if you want me to add something or if you have the suggestion or comment.

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15 Replies to “C# 3.0 Tutorials with Visual Studio 2008 for Beginners”

  1. We’re still in C#2 at the moment but sooner/later projects gonna switch to 3.0. I’m glad to find your tutorials on this and start following them.

    Thanks for great write up and compilation.

  2. your welcome, sis.. I hope you may find it useful.. If you have any suggestion or something that makes you confused due to my lack of writing skill, please let me know.. I appreciate for that.

  3. Are there any good tutorials that describe tools to monitor SQL stored procedures performance during a test of the entire application (e.g., how many times a stored procedure is run, time to process the s/p, blocks, etc.)?

  4. i am also waiting for your post on
    Extension methods
    Lambda expressions
    Query expressions
    Expression trees and more … for a long time

  5. I love what you guys are usually up too. This kind of clever work and exposure!

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