I feel quite awkward asking this question but I need to start somewhere!
I have now been in the Networking field for approx 2 years and enjoy it! From my experiences I can tell that I need to have some programming background to get ahead in my career. I have always had an interest in VB and Java.
My question to you is - What recommendation would you seasoned experts give me. Jump in to VB.NET or learn VB?
Do I need to know VB to get into VB.NET?
I know this is not the right forum for this so you don’t have to answer the following question if you don’t want to!
I have no experience what so ever in programming so if my question doesn’t make senses, please ask for more details.
Thanks in advance.
PS – I will grant 500 points at the end of this question. So please brainstorm.
What recommendation would you seasoned experts give me. Jump in to VB.NET or learn VB?
Depends, for example where I work many machines still use NT 4, therefore vb6 is my only option. If you are working
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