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C# Programmer's Cookbook
by Allen Jones (ISBN: 0735619301)

Excellent collection of problem/solution short recipes for all that things that sometimes we forget or territories we don't visit so often.

C++ Coding Standards
by Herb Sutter (ISBN: 0321113586)

Effective C #
by Scott Meyers (ISBN: 0321245660)

Effective Enterprise Java
by Ted Neward (ISBN: 0321130006)

Inside C#, Second Edition
by Tom Archer, Andrew Whitecapel (ISBN: 0735616485)

If you are a *real geek*, this is the way to learn C#. The authors explain all C# fundamentals, but going as deep as showing the MSIL generated by each example. Lots of insightful information, and an amazing overview of the language (and good parts of the framework) architecture. Of course, you can read it even when you already know C#. 8-)

cover Microsoft Visual C# .NET Step by Step
by John Sharp, Jon Jagger (ISBN: 0735612897)

Professional .NET 2.0 Generics
by Tod Golding (ISBN: 0764559885)

cover The C# Programming Language
by Anders Hejlsberg, Scott Wiltamuth, Peter Golde (ISBN: 0321154916)

The canonical C# text. This is the equivalent of the old "white book" from Kernighan and Ritchie. Here is the complete C# reference as told by its designers, including C# 2.0 (Whidbey) features descriptions.

cover Windows Forms Programming in C#
by Chris Sells (ISBN: 0321116208)

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