TOP 5 Books Every C# Developer Should READ

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In this video, I show the top five books all C# developers should read to improve their skills, in my opinion.

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► Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software –
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9 COMMENTS

  1. Hey, awesome video!
    You recommended reading books focusing on more general topics – that is, not specific to a certain technology like React or C#. React in particular has a very lean API, there are only a handful of domain-specific functions or concepts you need to learn to get started with it. So knowledge of React involves for the most part understanding of the underlying technologies – JS, the DOM, component-based design, etc since it builds on top of them. For this reason I think that reading a book about it can be useful in general since it would focus on more stable and established technologies and concepts. I don't mean to seem defensive, I just don't find the example very appropriate.

  2. Thanks for the list!

    How exactly do you read such books? Do you just read through the whole thing, stop at certain points and play around with what you’ve read so far, or stop frequently to test out any examples you find interesting?

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