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Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by Jhon92, Feb 16, 2017.

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    Jhon92 Regular Member

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    Where can I learn ASP dot net framework from beginner?Can anyone suggest any good resources?
    Thanks
     
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    I search it on google but haven't found any live project that step by step completed...
     
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    Are you trying to be helpless on purpose?
    The framework has been out for 15 years - there are PLENTY of open source projects and step by step tutorials!

    I remember reading the official tutorials at asp.net when I started: https://www.asp.net/mvc/overview (which is in the top 5 results of the google query I linked to).

    In all honesty though, I don't think programming is for you.
     
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    How can you make sure that program is not for me?Do you know the story of Alibaba?maybe business is not preferable for him, ..but he did..
     
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    I never wanted to get into a discussion but...

    The reason why I don't think programming is for you is because, even though there are hundreds of ASP.NET projects, resources and tutorials online, you still aren't satisfied with these enough to get started.
    If you truly were motivated and up for the challenge you'd scout through the first 5 tutorials and get started right away.

    You're gonna hit tons of road blocks as a programmer and if you already are in need of external help (to find a resource for getting started) then that is a bad sign right away.

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    In short: stop fucking about and get started.