It looks like I'll be helping a friend with a contract he has, and I'd be the main developer, which is great. But it's a .NET / Winforms gig, and I'm a Python developer.
So I need to get up to speed quickly. Can anyone name any good resources, aside from msdn/channel 9/MVA? Not looking for hand holding type stuff, a quick pace is fine.
Cheers in advance.
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You'll have to jump quite widely from Python to C#. But chances are you'll stay. LINQ is a wonderful thing and I find it sad that no non-Lisp language has something that comes close.
Thanks. I did dabble in .net core 1.1 when it came out, so it's not entirely new to me. But I probably remember less than I think. 😂
Any resources you'd recommend?
The official docs are pretty good especially anything at docs.microsoft.com the old docs at msdn are hit and miss.
dot.net or docs.microsoft.com. Those are good resources to start with .NET/ C#
Pluralsight has a lot of C# (and a ten day free trial)... They have a couple courses on winforms but one of them is in VB.NET
Thanks. I have access to pluralsight, so I'll definitely check them out further.
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