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    Excellent .Net resources

    Best winforms app I've seen yet:
    devcenter.infragistics.co...acker.aspx

    Great for general .Net and OOD best practices, also uses the Microsoft Data Access, Exception Management and Application Updater application blocks. It's much better than Microsoft's TaskVision sample app.

    Also:
    The Visual Basic .NET Resource Kit
    msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic...fault.aspx

    Only just released.

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    Excellent .Net resources

    it's high time those guys at infragistics got out some more.

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      #3
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      they didn't write it, they commissioned this guy to do it:

      Jason Beres is the .NET Technical Evangelist for Computer Ways, Inc, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner located in Deerfield Beach, Florida (www.computerways.com). Jason is a Microsoft .NET MVP, is on the INETA Speakers Bureau (www.ineta.org) and is the co-Chair of the INETA Academic Committee. Jason is the author of Teach Yourself Visual Studio .NET 2003 in 21 Days from Sams, the co-author of the Visual Basic .NET Bible from Wiley, the C# Bible from Wiley, and is currently finishing up Teach Yourself Visual C# .NET in 21 Days from Sams.
      The eBook that comes with it is a goldmine of useful info in itself.

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        #4
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        where is the ebook?

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          #5
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          oops

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            #6
            Thanks for posting this.

            I am always looking at other best practice apps. It's the best way to learn new and interesting development techniques, and hmm, borrow code blocks .

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              #7
              .net books

              If I was thinking of doing a bit of PC coding what books would you recommend ?

              I last coded properly on PC's when win95 was new and used fortran and borland C.

              I guess I would use C or vb these days - is there a visual developer tool yet for ms C++?

              thanks

              Mark

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                #8
                Re: .net books

                go straight to .net and use isharp?

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                  #9
                  isharp ?

                  wazzat then ?

                  Ive heard of c# but I have no idea how different it is to c++

                  ?

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                    #10
                    Re: isharp ?

                    "Ive heard of c# but I have no idea how different it is to c++"

                    It's more like Java with a few typos. Not much like C++ (although Java syntax is based on C).

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