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AnswerRe: Add a Menu Item to the operating system contextmenu PinmemberEddy Vluggen12-Nov-12 10:44 
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QuestionTips for a new C# designer... PinmemberMaurice Lantier12-Nov-12 9:28 
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AnswerRe: Tips for a new C# designer... PinmemberBobJanova12-Nov-12 22:23 
You should remember the places where you need to look, and where common things are. Intellisense is great when you know what you are looking for, but if you don't know the class name it won't help. For example, a C++ or Java person might try looking for 'Map', and the autocomplete will fail them completely – but knowing that you can find collections under System.Collections.Generic will give you the clues you need.
 
You also need to develop Google-fu. C# is a very popular mainstream language, and most problems you're likely to have have been solved and published already, if you can find them. StackOverflow is a trustworthy site if it appears with an answer for your question (I'll take the downvotes for recommending it, it's better than CP in my opinion for small, self-contained questions), as is CP, and MSDN.
 
The best way to learn depends on your personal style. Myself, I enjoy learning by example so I would get a tutorial or a book and leave that on my desk (virtual or real), and then try creating some simple applications to pick things up. The Framework is too big to learn it academically and expect to hold onto it.
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