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By: Section_A_Bandit Lombax Warrior 159 posts
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Where is a good starting point...

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  to learn C#?  I received me code awhile ago and read over the user guide & network protocol packs.  I'm able to connect my pc to my ps3, but like the fundamentals of any C programming language.  Any suggestions?

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First Son
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Re: Where is a good starting point...

Aug 17, 2011

I don't know where to learn C#. But the microsoft site has a good documentation.

PS: If you like Java, try this project http://code.google.com/p/move-me-java/.

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Re: Where is a good starting point...

Aug 17, 2011

A guy that goes to my school says that most of the programing classes use Java, is it easier?

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Re: Where is a good starting point...

Aug 19, 2011

If you have experience with any Object Oriented language, you can jump easily to any of these (Java or C#). I also learned Java at school, I think they teach that because it is more used (jsp, servlets, Android, Blackberry), so I think that whatever language you choose is just a matter of taste, personally I like more C#.

If you don't have any experience with Object Oriente languages, i recommend you to start by learning Java so you can have a wider perspective of what can be done, and with that it will be really quick switching to C#.

The Microsoft documentation is always a good start point

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/kx37x362.aspx

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