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Hii every one i'm beginner,
So that i need advise in this point
i'm working in application to apply common concepts in .net
i'm already apply and oop to my application .
What is the next after that is LINQ or WCF please.
Posted 29-Dec-11 2:35am
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Solution 1

There is no real order of importance. To code in .Net, you have to understand the framework.
The key isn't learning everything - the key is learning everything you need to learn, as soon as the requirement presents itself. Pretty soon, you'll know a lot about everything. In the biz, we call that "experience", and unfortunately, it takes years to gain.
As an example, back in 2009, our company decided they wanted to re-factor their flagship app from Oracle forms to .Net, I argued against going with WPF (because WPF served no purpose in terms of app functionality), but they decided to do it. That was in the frist week of January. The project was slated to being on March 01, so I spent the next two months on my own time at home, learning as much as I could about WPF (I had never used it prior to that time). In that instance, I was lucky to get a heads-up and was relatively ready for the project by the time it began.
Mika Wendelius at 29-Dec-11 7:44am
Agree, 5'ed
RaviRanjankr at 29-Dec-11 7:51am
RaisKazi at 29-Dec-11 8:57am
My 5.
Espen Harlinn at 30-Dec-11 8:58am
That's the attitude - 5'ed!
Sridhar Patnayak at 30-Dec-11 11:27am
Nice My 5
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Solution 2

Dear Hassan,
ADO.Net and OOPs is a very vast concept and what have you applied in your project we don't know. So try to make things a little clearer and for your question:--
Do Google[^] for LINQ and WCF.
Get basic intuition about how LINQ works[^]
Windows Communication Foundation Basics[^]
WCF Basics: Create, Host and Consume with SOAP Faults Handling[^]
Please mark this as your answer if it helps you out.
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Solution 3

This depends greatly on what your focus is. Based on the info provided you are focusing on data operations. If that's the case LINQ and WCF are strong candidates along with for example EF (Entity Framework). On the other hand if you want also to learn about UI specifics, perhaps ASP.NET or WPF would be interesting topics.
RaviRanjankr at 29-Dec-11 7:52am
My 5+
Mika Wendelius at 29-Dec-11 8:35am
Thanks Ravi :)
Espen Harlinn at 30-Dec-11 8:59am
Fair suggestion, 5'ed!
Mika Wendelius at 30-Dec-11 9:16am
Thank you Espen :)
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Solution 5

Study the classes in the System.ComponentModel Namespace[^].
These are the key elements of the framework.
Best regards
Espen Harlinn
Mika Wendelius at 30-Dec-11 13:23pm
Good point, 5
Espen Harlinn at 31-Dec-11 4:42am
Thanks, Mika!
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Solution 4

OOPs,C#,ASP.Net,ADO.Net are basics.
If you want to be a .net developer, You must learn these basics.
and LINQ,WCF,WPF,Workflow are advanced features.So you can learn in any order or as your projects need.

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