Originally Posted by ronnin426850
Knowing C# pretty much makes VB.NET pointless, they do the same thing, assemblies compiled with one can be used by the other, the only reason I have ever seen of recommending VB over C# is that it may be easier to get into, but if you are expected to learn both, it's just a waste of time IMO.
SQL and C# are the backbone of writing software for Windows right now.
I agree with you. I failed to state that was the languages they wanted experience on at the time like one or two out of those. Mainly they want me to focus on PL-SQL, SQL, and C#.
I am doing okay but having a hard time as I see my progress just going slow. I started working on these languages in 1/2016 and prior to that I was playing lightly with Python and Ruby trying to get a feel between the two languages.
So I am pretty much a noob to this coding stuff and I been debating if boot-camp would help or not to advance quicker my skill sets. For now books and udemy have been my best friend plus online resources.
Useful sites I been using Code Academy & Tutorials Point.
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