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by:BlackTigerX
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well... link 1 is broken... so, number 2 sounds good =oP...

lol...I can't see link #1, but it all depends on what's your experience
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by:kirshj
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sorry about that

correct links
http://www.learningtree.com/courses/419.htm

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http://www.netlan.com/courses/2349.htm

My previous experience is VB 6.0

thanks
Julia
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Razzie_ earned 125 total points
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Well from what I've seen in a quick glance, I'd definately go for number 2 (netlan.com). This one seems to cover the topics that are most important to the C# language, for example, Delegates and events, XML and Webservice, C# Memory Management, and Serialization.

Since you already have a good basics of VB 6.0, it shouldn't be an extremely hard course, especially if you'd read some more about Classes, Constructors, and methods before you take the course.

In short, to me, the second one of netlan.com, sounds more like an advanced course. I'd take that if I'd have to choose. At least it covers the most interesting topics imho.
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