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Hello!

I would like recommendations from people who currently use .NET and know of good resources to get me started with .NET. I currently use ColdFusion and PHP and look forward to learning more about .NET.  What would be a good web site to start with to get a basic site going.  I am also interested in finding a good site for developing  apps with .NET.

I do have Visual Studio 2008 and server space.  

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Scott
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by:Carl Tawn
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The best place to start is with this site:

     http://www.asp.net

It's Microsofts', and they created .Net so they should know ;)
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jandromeda earned 250 total points
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.NET is not a language, but a framework for .NET compatible languages. If you are looking to learn web application development you should focus on ASP.NET/WCF. If you are looking to learn Windows Form base application development or console applications, you should C# Windows Forms based and C# console applications. But first you must learn basic C#.NET. Have a look at this resource; http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vcsharp/default
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by:Sudhakar Pulivarthi
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Hi,

Here is a good online training website for studying .NET platform technologies
http://www.exforsys.com/tutorials/csharp.html

Just need to register and its free.. I found very helpful with articles info.
Good luck !!!
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by:databoks
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I belive that the best way to start learning programming is going straight through it.

Start with a simple project like a asp.net calculator and then over the time google what you want to know, and what you get of erros.

Then add more advanced features to you calculatorer. I had many problems myself learning C#, but over the time by using this method() :) i get better in no time :)
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