Windows Programming Books

C# Cookbook

Easy to learn and use, the C# language is targeted at developers for Microsoft’s .NET platform who’ve worked with a C-like language before, such as C, C++, or Java. There’s no shortage of excellent tutorials and documentation to help new developers get a handle on the language, such as O’Reilly’s Learning C# or Programming C#. But when you …

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Windows Server 2019 Automation with PowerShell Cookbook: Powerful ways to automate and manage Windows administrative tasks, 3rd Edition

Automate Windows server tasks with the powerful features of the PowerShell Language Key Features Leverage PowerShell to automate complex Windows server tasks Master new features such as DevOps, and containers, and speed up their performance using PowerShell Improve PowerShell’s usability, and control and manage Windows-based environments by working through exciting recipes Book Description Windows Server 2019 …

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Learn PowerShell Core 6.0: Automate and control administrative tasks using DevOps principles

Enhance your skills in expert module development, deployment, security, DevOps, and cloudKey FeaturesA step-by-step guide to get you started with PowerShell Core 6.0Harness the capabilities of PowerShell Core 6.0 to perform simple to complex administration tasksLearn core administrative concepts such as scripting, pipelines, and DSCBook DescriptionBeginning with an overview of the different versions of PowerShell, Learn PowerShell Core …

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Microsoft Visual C# Step by Step (8th Edition) (Developer Reference)

Your hands-on guide to Microsoft Visual C# fundamentals with Visual Studio 2015 Expand your expertise–and teach yourself the fundamentals of programming with the latest version of Visual C# with Visual Studio 2015. If you are an experienced software developer, you’ll get all the guidance, exercises, and code you need to start building responsive, scalable Windows 10 and Universal …

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Learning Visual Basic .Net

Most Visual Basic .NET books are written for experienced object-oriented programmers, but many programmers jumping on the .NET bandwagon are coming from non-object-oriented languages, such as Visual Basic 6.0 or from script programming, such as JavaScript. These programmers, and those who are adopting VB.NET as their first programming language, have been out of luck when it comes to …

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Effective Windows PowerShell

I wanted to capture some of the tidbits I have picked up over the last couple of years using Windows PowerShell interactively and writing production build and test scripts. These items were written for PowerShell 1.0. Where appropriate I have added PowerShell 2.0 Update sections to discuss how the item is affected by the upcoming 2.0 release. As …

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Low Level X Window Programming: An Introduction by Examples

This is the missing X Window book. While others have shown what the X Window system has available, this book shows how to convert this potential into working tools to fulfil your visualisation needs. It is of the show-me class of books. The majority of the book covers Xlib, although a short coverage of Xcb is also given.  …

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