I would like some expert input on how to learn C# better.
I have observed many Experts in this TA who just seem to "know everything" about C#. Now, this may or may not be true....but there are some Experts who are dang close, IMHO. :)
The way things are shaping up here at my job, it looks like I am slated to become the resident C# guru, provide training for other developers (potentially), develop a lot of middleware in C#....really have to know C# inside and out.
What is my best path to get to this point? Time is not on my side.
I am not sure if just learning C# syntax alone is going to help me, as much as a broad exposure to a lot of different problems and solutions in C#.
I have been thinking that one thing I can do is start spending a lot more time in THIS TA....trying to answer questions instead of always asking them (I am usually the asker).
Another is to look at C# tutorials and watch how other deveopers code stuff....to see if I can identify ways of doing things that will help me.
Now I turn the podium over to all of you. Thanks!!