October 19th, 2011, 04:26 AM
Proper sequence of selftraining ?
dear friends !
i need your advice.
i am an it person designing databases pretty successfully (believe so). i use sql server (engine) + ms access (frontend) combination. i do really want to try the combination sql server + visual studio (vb, c++, c#) to train myself.
but i do not understand what start with :
the environment (visual studio solution structure etc.),
the language itself (vb, c++, c#),
.net library or
something else ?
please advice !
thank you in advance !
January 25th, 2012, 04:07 PM
If you can design databases, you are ahead of a lot of developers as it is.
Originally Posted by andy.v
If you are a professional or considering a profession in software development, you should know one of the .Net languages (either vb net or C#).
I come from the visual basic world (pre .Net), so my preference is vb net. But there seems to be more code written (at least in my experience) with c#.
May 7th, 2012, 03:21 AM
dear krandor !
thank you for your reply - i have just seen it.
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