Want to learn WPF? Get a book

Sorin Dolha's Blog

I’ve said it before. In my opinion, WPF is the single contemporary programming technology (disclaimer: among those that I’ve considered myself) that really requires a book to learn it. Otherwise, trying to dig using just hands on testing – as it’s indeed possible in many other cases – you might think you know enough before you do and you’ll get frustrated every day later because things won’t work the way you’d think they should. This StackOverflow question – that triggered this post – is only an example. I personally have been there too (and after the WPF experience, now I decided that I’ll always learn complex new technologies using books, although it may be unnecessary in some cases, as I’ve seen before WPF.)

But don’t get scared. Mastering WPF by starting learning it from the core instead of from the surface will provide many, many benefits that will overcome any…

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