.net, c# for beginners, optimal qualifcation

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Old Dec 11, 2012, 9:45pm   #1
 
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.net, c# for beginners, optimal qualifcation

For a reasonably experienced programmer, what would be the ideal starter course to learn .net and c#?

What would be the optimum qualification to get in .net?
MCP-type qual?

What do I do need to know to be dangerous in .net?
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In my view the books by John Smiley are a good start and easy to follow. Here is a link to a C# set of books that he has written.

Amazon.co.uk: john smiley c#: Books
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Old Dec 12, 2012, 8:06am   #3
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If you're experienced, go with this...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/C-5-0-Nutshe.../dp/1449320104

....don't bother going for MCP, just learn, research and use actively....
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