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I think the most important thing you can do when starting with .net is to get a grasp on all the different layers and what is what and how it all works.

The wiki is an excellent starting point.

In comparison to Java, that first picture in the wiki is very telling. Microsoft has released two significant updates(LINQ is suppose to be very powerful) while Java has become stagnant.
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Originally Posted by Thereoncewasamaninparis View Post

I think the most important thing you can do when starting with .net is to get a grasp on all the different layers and what is what and how it all works.

The wiki is an excellent starting point.

In comparison to Java, that first picture in the wiki is very telling. Microsoft has released two significant updates(LINQ is suppose to be very powerful) while Java has become stagnant.
LINQ is the best thing since sliced bread tongue.gif
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