Teaching Resources for Visual C# 2005 How to Program, 2/e
Visual C# 2005 How to Program, 2/e, has extensive instructor resources. The Prentice Hall Instructor's Resource Center contains the Solutions Manual with solutions to the vast majority of the end-of-chapter exercises, a Test Item File of multiple-choice questions (approximately two per book section) and PowerPoint slides containing all the code and figures in the text, plus bulleted items that summarize the key points in the text. Instructors can customize the slides. If you are not already a registered faculty member, contact your Prentice Hall representative or visit vig.prenhall.com/replocator/.
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We would also like to thank three participants of our Honors Internship and Co-op programs who contributed to this publicationNick Santos, a Computer Science major at Dartmouth College; Jeffrey Peng, a Computer Science student at Cornell University and William Chen, a Computer Science student at Cornell University.
We are fortunate to have worked on this project with the talented and dedicated team of publishing professionals at Prentice Hall. We especially appreciate the extraordinary efforts of Marcia Horton, Editorial Director of Prentice Hall's Engineering and Computer Science Division. Jennifer Cappello and Dolores Mars did an extraordinary job recruiting the review team for this book and managing the review process. Bob Depew and Kristine Carney did a wonderful job updating the book's cover. Vince O'Brien, Bob Engelhardt, Donna Crilly and Marta Samsel did a marvelous job managing the production of the book.
We'd like to give special thanks to Dan Fernandez, C# Product Manager, and Janie Schwark, Senior Business Manager, Division of Developer Marketing, both of Microsoft for their special effort in working with us on this project. And thanks to the many other members of the Microsoft team who answered our questions throughout this process:
We wish to acknowledge the efforts of our reviewers. Adhering to a tight time schedule, they scrutinized the text and the programs, providing countless suggestions for improving the accuracy and completeness of the presentation.
Well, there you have it! C# is a powerful programming language that will help you write programs quickly and effectively. C# scales nicely into the realm of enterprise-systems development to help organizations build their business-critical and mission-critical information systems. As you read the book, we would sincerely appreciate your comments, criticisms, corrections and suggestions for improvement. Please address all correspondence to:
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