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*Dave F.
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Getting Started

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07-08-2005 09:12 AM
Hi

Is there a decent web site for newbie's that you can recommend?

I'm half decent at VBA
but with .net I really am talking about learning to tie shoe laces level!

Cheers
Dave F.
*Homer Simpson
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Re: Getting Started

07-08-2005 09:56 AM in reply to: *Dave F.
Hi Dave,

I'm in the same boat. Here's what I found to be helpful, at least for me.

1. websites
www.codeproject.com tutorials, sample code, etc.
http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/default.mspx Microsoft's C#
and other .NET discussion groups.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vcsharp/default.aspx C# Developer Center

2. a PRINTED book "Microsoft Visual C#.NET Step By Step" John Sharp & Jon
Jagger (Covers C# 2003)

3. Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 - I also have C# 2003 Standard but VS2005 has a
more user friendly UI and more power to grow into.

4. Lastly, I felt it was easier to learn by working on an actual project
rather than just working through the above book. For my first project, I
started building some trig & geometry tools that will run inside AutoCAD.

I would start with the book to get the basics (syntax, basic methods,
compiling, etc.). Then explore some of the samples included with the VS
beta.

Hope that helps,

Scott



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Hi

Is there a decent web site for newbie's that you can recommend?

I'm half decent at VBA
but with .net I really am talking about learning to tie shoe laces level!

Cheers
Dave F.
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