Good C#/sharp tutorials!

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When porting over, or starting with C# it’s a good idea to have some decent tutorials. When I went from VB I had no clue how to start with C#. So I googled some nice tutorials, and bookmarked them.

I’ve been using them for some time now, and some are better than others. Or I like some better than others, since I learned more from them. So why not list them here? šŸ™‚

The first tutorial/lesson I found was one covering the basics of C#. Gives a good overview of the basics, and doesn’t get too complicated. So it’s a nice and smooth start.

Then there is this one, it’s more focused towards the visual C#, and most of the examples got pictures from the IDE showing what to do. So it’s also a very good resource.

I also use C# Wikibook as a reference when it’s something I’m stuck at, which is quite often. But my main reference is of course the MSDN-Libary, it got everything!

Also there are some tools for converting VB to C# and C# to VB šŸ™‚ DeveloperFusion got this one, then there is one called CodeTranslator here. My experience with these are mixed, they might convert some basic code. But mostly it’s like using babelfish 0.1 šŸ˜›

Also if you want some damn good video tutorials covering most parts of C# & .NET then you should check out learnvisualstudio.net. It’s quite cheap and you get access to over 500 videos šŸ˜€ I’ve been member there for some weeks now, and it’s great! I find video tutorials easier to understand, and I can have them running while programming.

So this all is what I’m using to learn myself C#, and it’s going to take some time. I probably only scratched the surface at this point. If you read this, please leave a tip if you got some nice tutorials or other stuff about C# šŸ™‚

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My name is Robert with LearnVisualStudio.NET. I wanted to thank you for your post and I’m glad that you find our tutorials helpful. I’m glad that we were able to help you make the transition from VB to C# a little easier! Good luck!

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