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Jimmy
06-04-2003, 09:39 AM
After i learn the microsoft product,it came out the .net/
Can some one here explain to me what's the .net stuff??

And about the java........ What's J2EE? i'm a bit blur about that.
As i just learned a new programming languages last month.
now it came out a new one.
hard for me to keep chasing.
Thax!

bookworm
06-12-2003, 03:51 AM
I generally love talking about .net,but it is extremely necessary that the querry is in english!!!
duh!!!

Jimmy
06-12-2003, 08:16 AM
If u want to talk about the .net
Just give some comment........
or if u can explain in other language.....
BE my Guest!

bookworm
06-12-2003, 08:46 AM
Microsoft introduced .NET almost 3 years ago and since then,the dot net bug has caught several professional coders,authors,critics,and hobbyists like me.
.Net is basically a framework of various classes and runtime files which work with the program instead of Windows itself.It works on Windows 2000 and Windows XP.If you want to run .net programs,download the runtime by going to the below URL-
www.dotnetgerman.com/links/dl_distri.asp
In order to create .net apps.,download the SDK from the below URL-
www.dotnetgerman.com/links/dl_dotnetsdk.asp
However,like most free MS stuff,the SDK won't do much for you.U need to buy a compiler,the best and the most expensive is Visual Studio.net(VS.net).U can use it to create programs using all the .net languages-
Visual Basic.net
Visual C++.net
Visual C#.net
Visual J#.net
also-
Crystal Reports
ASP.net
SQL server pages
deplyment wizard
and many more
U can also get stand-alone versions of VB.net,VC#.net etc.

U see,the story of a windows programmer goes like this-
First he learns some C language to create console apps. then he learns a visual language such as VB or VC++.All visual languages
are now being created under the .net platform.Many speculate that MS has brought all its languages under .net so that the next version of Windows can be .net based.
Whatever be it,using .net is a lot of fun,as compared to previous languages as the programmer can do more in lesser time.
There are lots of good resources on the net for .net and many great books too.If u need more information,just ask.I'll be more than happy to help. :)

And yes,MS also sells VS.net in some other,non-english languages too.;)

Hope this helps u.