Re: C SHARP RESOURCES:
I am a C# developer. I would say that it depends on your skill and experience level. If you are an experienced developer moving over to C# from another object oriented language then MSDN is a great resource. Otherwise just Google what you want to achieve and there are plenty of blogs and tutorials out there. No doubt as a serious programmer you have ideas of things you'd like to build. Let Google be your guide.
However if you are new to programming, or don't know much about object oriented concepts then I would recommend first learning what object orientation is. What the key terms mean before then writing your first Hello World program.
For object orientation check these links at the Code Project:
The Code Project is a great resource so spend some time here.
MSDN has a great learning centre that has links for tutorials aimed at complete beginners:
If you have any other questions feel free to contact me.
I am a C# developer. C# and .NET in general is a pretty big subject. What kind of skill/experience level do you need materials for? If you are confident with object oriented conceptsthen On 6/12/2013 5:11 PM, Charles E. Black wrote:
Are there any soarses of documentation for learning the newest C Sharp out-------------- next part --------------
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