Download the Free C# Programming Fundamentals eBook in Different Formats

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DOCX - Microsoft Word 2007/2010/2012

ODT - OpenOffice Document

RTF - Rich Text Format

TXT - text file

XPS - Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) document

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25 responses to “Download the Free C# Programming Fundamentals eBook in Different Formats”

  1. Chris says:

    Thanks for putting all the work into this, really looking forward to reading and learning c#. It’s been daunting picking up books here and there but I’m going to read this all the way through!

    • Lukas says:

      I have been reading many books for Begginers Base as like [ Head First C#, 2nd Edition – Shortcut; Visual C# 2012 Step by Step;.. ] few of them, and i can say, The Authors wanna for pay of me and their books are in later chapter confused me, starting like for Absolutely BFU and after some few chapters keeping like for absolutely pro progammers. Many books stealing money and lying to customer.

  2. saroj says:

    Thanks for providing the best csharp book. I want more informtion on CLR and .NET. If possible I would appreciate it.

  3. mohammed nasim panezai says:

    it is too too good book where is every thing present which is necessary for me and for every programmer thanks allot and be the best

  4. vidhu says:

    can someone point me to where the links for the powerpoint presentation files, videos, and example code for the book?

  5. Asharam Ahirwar says:

    reading this your books is very importent materials which are most logic
    so there are you very good books

  6. vinicios says:


  7. Random says:

    I’m at the 6th chapter and did all the exercices, and I can say this book helped me a lot. I used to code a little bit but never properly learned the “fundamentals”, now I understand much more clearly what I’m doing and what to do. Even though the English translation isn’t always perfect you always understand and it doesn’t distract from the great content. Thank you for that.

  8. Yogesh says:

    Thanks a ton for sharing all the formats of the e-book! You guys deserve respect and love! 🙂

  9. azmi says:

    Thanx a lot. Very informative.

  10. Eknath Dohale says:

    Thanx a lot! You guys deserve respect and love!

  11. Kinmanb says:

    where do I find the Solutions to all problems from the book?

  12. Rajendra Kawade says:

    Nice book….I am reading this book since few days…the content is well organised and the language is also very simple to understand….
    The Coding is highlighted with colour….and all the concepts are explained with real world examples….
    I recommend this for everyone who is seeking to learn C# programming language.
    Thank you Guys for this work…

  13. Anonymous says:

    thanks a lot for this very good book. I alread prefer it instead of many other expensive books. The didactlical way with real life problems in the last chapters is great.

  14. kaish asharf sandiyal says:

    Thanks a loat

  15. Jan says:

    Thx for the awesome book.

  16. nighat says:

    the solution of exercise where we find ???? help

  17. M J Saedy says:

    Thank you very much for this great book.
    May you all have a happy rewarding life.

  18. earnest says:

    After reading many paid books I was almost as clueless as I have started; then I happened to come across this book and voila I began to feel like I can really do something with C#. Then life took me elsewhere, and now I eye on learning another free thing, this time it’s Python. Just by reading a few pages I realised I can do a lot more, and more easily with Python compared to C#. I believe free things are better than paid ones. And, in my opinion, knowledge ought to be freely available to everyone, this way it seems to advance faster and to a large extent. I hope you guys out there create a free python book as well, that would be appreciated. But you know what, I will still make use of your C# book as I study Python, it will be my guide. Thank you!

  19. Sagar says:

    Hi Sir,

    This is Sagar, i want to learn real-time projects and using c# &i want to learn coding techniques
    Will you send to my mail

  20. Abdulhakeem Mustafa says:


    My name is Hakeem, please how relevant is this book for learning programming today, given that it was published in 2013.

    That you as i look forward to your reply.

  21. Abdulhakeem Mustafa says:


    My name is Hakeem, please how relevant is this book for learning programming today, given that it was published in 2013.

    Thank you as i look forward to your reply.

  22. Peter says:

    It is quite good. Fundamentals do not change for decades.

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