Head First C# 3rd Ed (O'Reilly)
Sunday, 02 February 2014

Highly visual, this introduction to C#, XAML, the .NET Framework, and Visual Studio is designed to keep you engaged and entertained from first page to last. Build a fully functional video game in the opening chapter, and then learn how to use classes and object-oriented programming, draw graphics and animation, and query data with LINQ and serialize it to file by creating games, solving puzzles, and doing hands-on projects. See our review of the previous edition.

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Author: Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene
Publisher:O'Reilly
Date: Septmber 16, 2013
Pages: 960
ISBN: 978-1449343507

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Access 2013: The Missing Manual

Author: Matthew MacDonald
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pages: 866
ISBN: 978-1449357412
Aimed at: Novice users of Access
Rating: 3.5
Reviewed by: Kay Ewbank

Since our previous review of  this book, there’s been a whole new version of Access, though you wouldn’t really know from the feature list.



3D Printing: Build Your Own 3D Printer and Print Your Own 3D Objects

Author:James Floyd Kelly
Publisher: Que
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-0789752352
Audience: Newcomers to 3D printing
Rating: 3
Reviewer: Harry Fairhead

3D printing is still all the rage and there are lots of people who could be enticed to get involved. Is this a good place to start?


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