Some helpful tips from Senior software developer on C# and ASP.net

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How I solve/ed my C#, ASP.NET problems?

Since I started looking into Dot Net, my concepts towards the Microsoft technologies have changed a lot. The standard frameworks and lots of support from Microsoft and other websites inspired me a lot to keep hanging on to Dot Net. Few years before when I was just a beginner in Dot Net, I used to have many problems solving issues related to Dot Net applications development. Search engines have made it so easy to find information about any issues you have in almost any topics. To solve the problems, I used to refer to different Dot Net books and experts. Learning Dot Net from books might be a good idea rather than solving Dot Net related issues. By referring to books only, I would get stuck into the same problem for hours… even days sometimes. And, to get solutions from experts, you have to find the experts and wait for their availability to solve your problems.

Trying to reveal the secrets behind the expert solutions, I started googling the issues. Search engines helped a lot in finding out resources and solutions related to Dot Net and other technologies. Soon, I started realizing the fact that it’s forums and discussions in the internet which solved most of my issues. That was the time when the age of developer blogs started. Article publishing had never been that easier in the past. I could get solutions for small to enterprise problems. These days, studies of programming languages like Dot Net are not only confined within the boundaries of paper and E-books, but a vast majority of programmers and researchers rely on blogs and posts to solve their issues.

Followings are the some of the most common and informative Dot Net related websites:

1. ASP dot net

ASP dot net

ASP dot net

 

2. MSDN Microsoft

MSDN Microsoft

MSDN Microsoft

 

3. C-Sharpcorner

C-sharpcorner

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C-sharpcorner

 

4. 4 Guys From Rolla

4 Guys From Rolla

4 Guys From Rolla

 

5. Code Guru

Code Guru

Code Guru

 

6. Code Project

Code Project

Code Project

 

7. Experts Exchange

Experts Exchange

Experts Exchange

 

8. Developer

Developer

Developer

 

9. Codeplex

Codeplex

Codeplex

 

About the Author:

Web designer/developer holding Masters degree in IT, currently living in Australia. Passionate about Wordpress, PHP, Fireworks and Jquery.
  • http://laranzjoe.blogspot.com lawrence77

    thanks man i love c# and asp.net….
    Thanks for this links, i know only 3 from the above other 6 are unknown thanks for sharing! 😉

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    A programmer or developer should really remember that the .NET framework is made to meet various objectives.

  • Aimy Wilson

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  • Amery Ward

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