thanks and excuse me for my english
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.
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..
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.
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