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my goal is to be a professional .net web developer
 
and with so many different technologies around including
 
Html, css, javascript, xml, asp.net, c#, ajax, linq and its features,ado.net , oracle database
 
what's the sequence for learning web programming?
 
what's come first and what's is not important?
 
and should I study database in depth
 
thank you
 
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Solution 1

There's nothing like one thing is important and other is not. Each and every thing is important because you are a learner. Each thing gonna give you an experience you have to decide whether it was a good experience or not.
 
You can start learning from basic languages like C, C++
 
Refer some links to get going with;
Desktop development[^]
Web Development[^]
Mobile Development[^]
Enterprise Systems[^]
Languages[^]
Platforms, Frameworks & Libraries[^]
General Programming[^]
Graphics / Design[^]
Development Lifecycle[^]
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Solution 6

it take 10years to be professional in every field you can imagine! this is not my word!
I as hanselman say to me, if you want to be good at this huge community follow this:
write alot of code, read a lot of code , have a good conversation on social media!
and you can read this blog that give you 91 advice to how to be a the coolest developer!Smile | :)
91 ways to become the coolest developer in the world/[^]
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hi, Welcome to ASP.Net. If you want to become a good .Net professional then you have to work hard having research and development; so fist go here and take some time on those websites.
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If you do not have access to a tutor led training course then one of the better places to start would be the ASP.NET homepage[^], which contains tutorials and samples. You can also look in your local bookshop or library for publications on the subject. The w3schools site[^] is another useful resource. It is probably a good idea to get a good understanding of the actual mechanics of web programming first, and worry about database later.
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Solution 5

Hi,
 
Start with
1) Apress begineer ebooks,
2) Create demo application given in chapter end.
3) Create major project which includes all the features that you learned.
4) Contribute with Codeproject,Microsoft community or in blog.
5) your professional now....!!!!! Smile | :) Smile | :) Smile | :)
 
-Amit
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