dlukic — 2013-04-14T18:00:05-04:00 — #1
thanks and excuse me for my english
molona — 2013-04-15T04:49:05-04:00 — #2
These programming languages don't have to do much with each other and they were both created with different goals in mind.
Many .NET developers deal with non-web applications so you should concentrate your learning on .NET itself.
.NET programmers tend to earn more and I think that you may have more chances to find a job with .NET.
dlukic — 2013-04-15T10:33:17-04:00 — #3
Thank you molona for your answer :)...I've started learning C#, and I will continue to learn..I also think I have a better chance for a job as the.NET programmer.do you have any suggestions for books and tutorials.I have Wrox book "Beggining OOP with C#", and tutorial from channel 9.Bob Tabor is the teacher..
molona — 2013-04-16T05:03:02-04:00 — #4
To be honest, I don't have any good sources for #c or .NET. But there's a sticky with resources in the .NET forum.
Maybe you can find some good stuff there. Have a look and if you think that the list of resources is not enough, do let me know.