New wiki-based C#, .NET site:
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I had some free time and wanted to do something "usefull" .
The following links are broken in nvoigt's original post:
Edit: Thanks for the update, removed the links. -nvoigt[...]
In -KEN-'s post:
Ok, it's very useful, thanks you!!
Hey, this is for spanish speaking people, microsoft has a proyect called desarrollador 5 estrellas(5 stars developer), you subscribe for free and they put in your hands the materials and everything you need to learn about programming, this is the web address in spanish...I'm not sure if there is one in english too..but..
Thanks for the links. As you may know I am now learning C# from MSDN.
When you install VC#2005 there are two .doc files in the below address that are C# language specifications.Code:Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC#\Specifications\1033
The Code Project is good dope for C# Junkies baby!!!
Last edited by TheRaven; 04-30-2008 at 02:21 AM.
Nice one quite usefull....Cheers
Which of these links are good for noobs? Im about to start studying C# with no prior experience of coding.
Thanks in advance for the help
I think I counted 4 ones - just scan the post.
Any highly recommended books on C#? I enjoy learning from books so I ask here as C# will be the next OOP I learn after C++ which I am learning after years of java.