. . . for as ten millions of circles can never make a square, so the united voice of myriads cannot lend the smallest foundation to falsehood.
This is a book built on a presumption, and that presumption is about you. It presumes that you have C# experience. It presumes that you know your way around the .NET Framework.
Well, I apologize up front. In law school, I learned that a presumption may be no more than an assumption that becomes the foundation of a faulty argument. In this case, we might be building our foundation on quicksand.
In this Introduction, I will attempt to fortify your knowledge a bit, with the aim of shortening the distance between the average reader and the expert, so that all will profit ...