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C# in Depth, Third Edition: Foreword by Eric Lippert by Jon Skeet

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About the Author

I’m not a typical C# developer, I think it’s fair to say. For the last five years, almost all of my time working with C# has been for fun—effectively as a somewhat obsessive hobby. At work, I’ve been writing server-side Java in Google London, and I can safely claim that few things help you to appreciate new language features more than having to code in a language that doesn’t have them, but is similar enough to remind you of their absence.

I’ve tried to keep in touch with what other developers find hard about C# by keeping a careful eye on Stack Overflow, posting oddities to my blog, and occasionally talking about C# and related topics just about anywhere that will provide people to listen to me. Additionally, I’m actively ...

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