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  • What should be the level of .NET programming in order to compete in student rockstar?

    Can you plz refer any ebook for .NET basics?

    Tuesday, September 11, 2007 10:19 AM


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  • well try out these online tutorial for clear idea of .net from the scratch




    this gives u idea of asp.net(vb) . With these basics i hope you can compete .....




    Tuesday, September 11, 2007 11:38 AM
  • See dot net is designed in such a manner that you dont need to learn any new language, just knowlege about .net framework and you previous logics you could create .net programs. Current 34 languages are supported by .net compiler.
    Wednesday, September 12, 2007 3:09 AM
  • While you do not require any .NET skills for participating in the rockstar contest. But you will require the skills to earn points (since you earn points by participating in projects (www.student2business.co.in) and imaginecup (www.imaginecup.com).


    Download content from http://www.academicresourcecenter.net/curriculum/FacetMain.aspx?FT=Author&Alpha=M&AuthorID=59&ResultsTitle=MSDN%252C%2520Academic%2520Alliance&ShowResults=1.


    you can also look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/express. There is lot of content put up there under Learn category for beginners and hobbyist programmers.

    Thursday, September 13, 2007 4:30 PM
  • As suggested above, firstly download an appropriate express edition. I would recommend Visual C# but thats simply my personal preference.


    Microsoft has some really cool Absolute Beginner Tutorial Video series for both VB.NET and C#. I highly recommend watching that if you are just setting out to programming. I hear those videos are excellent.


    Once you are done with the videos, see codeproject.com and similar sites for more resources.


    For ASP needs, asp.net is the one and only site you will ever need.

    Thursday, September 13, 2007 7:50 PM
  • You can find a catalog of 1300 hours of .NET video tutorials on http://idealprogrammer.com  I would start by looking at the 100+ hours of video tutorials in the Streamlined Syllabus section.

    Wade Harvey

    Thursday, July 26, 2012 4:05 PM