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Must-have books for my new job

My new job asked me to give a list of books that I think would be needed, so I made this one:

(note: some books are not here because they already have them)


Essential .NET, Volume I: The Common Language Runtime

Debugging Applications for Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Windows

Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture

Inside Microsoft .NET IL Assembler

Programming Windows with C# (Core Reference)

.NET Framework Security

Microsoft ADO.NET (Core Reference)

Programming .NET Components

Transactional COM+: Building Scalable Applications


can you recommend other good books? The focus is on being able to get in to the very core of .net framework, to know how everything works from the inside, and be able to examing, at runtime, anything within the CLR.

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