Computer Science W3101 Section 004
Programming Languages - C# (C-Sharp)
CVN Students Only
Official class information from the
No paper text is required, there are plenty of
If you absolutely need a paper textbook, I reccomend
Programmer's Introduction to C#
by Eric Gunnerson, ISBN 1893115623
New copies are available on Amazon,
used ones on half.com.
Under Microsoft Windows NT, 2000 or XP, install the .NET
Under FreeBSD or MacOS X, use the Rotor Shared Source CLI
I've compiled some instructions
on how to get start with Rotor here
I've also put a compiled copy
of Rotor for MacOS X 10.2 here
Linux users can try to use Mono (I have not tried this myself)
Microsoft Windows 95, 98 or ME users have got a few
1) use Bochs (or VMware) to get FreeBSD or XP running
2) change your OS to Win2K, WinXP
3) get a friend with a FreeBSD or
MacOS X box to setup Rotor and remote access
Potentially useful links:
Microsoft believes that open source works
primarily because of the community,
so they're trying to build a
community as well..
There are many independent websites dedicated to
helping out C# developers...
These have been contributed by my colleague Gabor... I have not
tried them out for myself
The notes will be updated with bug fixes and new features
periodically without warning.
Download notes in PDF format
Your grade in this class will be determined
completely by these exercises.
Numerous files that will be useful in completing the
exercises can be found here.
I have also setup a mirror of the SSCLI
Lab: 6LE3 CEPSR
Office Hours: By appointment.