Free C# Developer Quick Reference Guide Now Available


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The CodeGuru Quick Reference Card series is here. We've been working with our authors to create top notch quick reference cards to add to your development toolbox. Register now and download the first, a free C# reference card.

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Richard Hein

Richard Hein has covered Web technologies for 10 years in a variety of places including several Internet.com publications like Developer.com, 4GuysFromRolla, HTMLGoodies and more. Rich is currently the CodeGuru Site Manager where he covers the Microsoft Developer Technology beat.

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  • Retired

    Posted by Andy Cruce on 07/02/2016 12:00pm

    I registered and still there is no link to the C# PDF reference card. Also have any of the other reference cards been developed. Specifically Visual Studio Shortcuts and HTML5. Are you also contemplating a XAML reference card?

    • Re:Retired

      Posted by on 07/06/2016 02:58pm

      We'll send you an email regarding this.

  • C#

    Posted by TINASHE on 05/30/2014 04:15pm

    C# IS GOOD

  • President

    Posted by John on 05/06/2014 01:43pm

    I registered, and there is no link to download the PDF?

  • Need Free C# Developer Quick Reference Guide Now Available

    Posted by Sanjay on 12/02/2012 03:02am

    I registered but didn't find the Free C# Developer Quick Reference Guide Now Available

  • software engineer

    Posted by adinor puplampu on 08/09/2012 10:15am


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