Hello, so I decided to read Troelsen, read 60 pages. Realized that I did not understand because it says about one thing and then abruptly the theme is thrown for example on some CIL MCIL, the definitions that it simply is not present. And I think maybe something else is easier to read? Can you recommend something
Book Troelsen designed for professional programmers who want to learn the c# programming language, but they already know how to program (in another language). In this book, the author gives little attention to the General principles of programming, and all the attention to how they can be used in this language. Therefore, this (very good) book is not very well suited to start programming.
I personally suggest for beginners ebook Herbert Shildt "Complete guide to C# 4.0". The fact that it tells an old version of the language is not bad (better get used to it). But there's good tells the OOP and basic programming concepts.