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Last post Jun 21, 2012 07:28 PM by dsvick
Jun 20, 2012 02:06 PM|LINK
I've seen smimilar posts but none that seem to cover my situation specifically. I work for a compnay where all of our current work is done in classic asp, we are beginning to move to .Net and we need to come up with some sort of road map to do it and then
find decent instrcutor led training. Knowing that whichever language we use (VB.Net or C#) it will be almsot like learning a new language, everything I've read seems to indicate there are three parts to moving to .Net: learning the language, learning Visual
Studio (I know it isn't requirement, but highly recommended), and then learning .Net MVC.
The problem I'm running into is that it seems like so much of the MS training is inter-related, I can find an MVC class but you need to know the language first, or I can find a class to teach C# but knowing VS or the .Net framework is a pre-requisite. Has
anyone done this, or something close to it? What classes did you take? Are there quality alternative to the MS classes? Is there a single class that will cover it all?
Thanks, I appreciate any input and suggestions.
Jun 20, 2012 02:18 PM|LINK
ok, never take it hard, coool
Basically a easiest way to learn new thing is first find the similarities of the new langauge and language which you know because its similar nothing to learn its all easy and then find the difference because its just some difference its easy and you are
first just start c# with console application
so you have to do basic things if else, for loops, switch cases then do some ADO.net stuff then go with LINQ thats enough for c#
all this using VS.net no need to learn vs.net for this
now start with simple ASP.net Web forms project do simple application
displaying employyes adding , removing because you have already done this in console so its easy but learn the difference how to do with web application
finally start MVC convert the web forms project to MVC
you are all done you are a master now
Jun 21, 2012 07:28 PM|LINK
Thanks for the reply, normally I've no problem learning the way you describe, but we are looking for some instructor led training so that we can train a couple of people in a relatively quick time period.