I would like to become dotnet developer

By susukiwagnor susukiwagnor Points: 125 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 8/26/2013 7:30:45 AM | Views: 1459 | Points: 1
Hi members,

I would like to develop my c# skills how? would u plz give me suggestions and eBooks and tutorials for me.

With regards

Sheo's Advice on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 :
Hi Susukiwagnor,

To develop C# skills, you should do following

  1. Buy a good C# book (hard copy) either of Wrox or O'Reilly or any other publisher. Hard copy book has its own benefit. You can carry, read wherever you want without dependency of any other devices. Read chapters and keep practising at the same time. Practice is very important, do not think that once you will read the entire chapter then you will practice; either that doesn't happen or you miss some important point.

  2. There are many websites (http://www.dotnetfunda.com is one of them) where you get C# articles and tutorials, read them and practice. Better to subscribe RSS feed of their posts so that you get notification when any new posts come to that website and read and practice the topic.

  3. Take any project as an example and try to replicate it yourself. For example, take a e-commerce website and try to design it yourself. While doing this you may face a lot of difficulties, bugs etc. do not worry about it; just try to find their answers online by searching or asking in the Forums. Everybody learn by facing problem and solving it either themselves or taking help from others so its perfectly all right.

Remember, practice makes a man perfect so keep practising as much as you can. 

Another important way to learn is to share, the more you share the more you learn so whatever you learn try to share them on websites, offline classes etc. During this you will try to get more in depth into the subjects that ultimately helps you to increase your knowledge and be more mature in that technology.

Hope this helps.

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Comments or Responses

Posted by: Khanfair on: 11/7/2013 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
Hi Susukiwagnor,

I suggest following two books

1. Effective C# by Bill Wagner 2. Professional C#, 2nd Edition (Wrox Publications)

and you have practice to make youself comfortable with the language.
Posted by: vishalneeraj-24503 on: 11/8/2013 | Level:Platinum | Status: [Member] [MVP] | Points: 25
Hi you can google on net,there are several interview question/answers available and so many dot net sites available where you can get free codes such as dotnetfunda.com, csharpcorner.com,dnnsoftware.com,codeproject.com,4guysfromrolla.com,devx.com,
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/default.aspx and many more.

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