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please help me to use from Latest Technology programming in my project.
I'm working with,c#,wpf so i want to learn both language to professional
and Latest Technology.
Posted 28-Jul-11 1:34am
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Solution 1

The best way to learn how to write code is by actually WRITING code.Come up with an idea for an application that is useful to *you*. If you are unable to do that, pick an existing application, and try to duplicate it in appearance and functionality. My adviuce is to start small, and work your way up to more complex applications.
amsainju 16-Aug-11 21:47pm
good ans john
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Solution 2

while (myLevel < Level.Professional)
Dalek Dave 28-Jul-11 7:42am

Made me laugh and earned you a 5 vote!
Laxmikant_Yadav 28-Jul-11 7:58am
My +5 :)
amsainju 16-Aug-11 21:46pm
my too +5
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Solution 3

Firstly, read.

Read as many books and articles on the subject as you can get.

Secondly, do.

Practise makes perfect, write stuff, anything, get it wrong, learn from the mistakes and get it right.

Thirdly, learn.

By now, having a grounding from the books and some little experience from experimentation, get yourself onto a proper course and learn from tutors who will guide you through the labyrinthine methods used.

Experience, though, is king, and the more you do the more you learn.

It is how most people here have got to where they are.
amsainju 16-Aug-11 21:47pm

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