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Review: Murach C# by Joel Murach and Doug Lowe

, 13 Jun 2004
This is a quick review of the new Murach C# Book.

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ChasP

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I started programming in the dark ages of computers in 1981, but left coding when I discovered girls. I graduated high school, went to college and only briefly touched coding again. I then worked for 9 years as a retail manager while my computer skills hid in the background. Then one day I was bit by a venmous byte (just joking). I landed a job working for a small IT firm in desktop and server support and have been in IT for the last 8 years. I am now a network administrator and manage a Novell Netware network containing 5000+ users. I also program for a hobby and on the side to make money. I have used VB.Net since 12.01.2002 and C# since 05.01.2004. My language of choice at this time is C#.

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