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BOOK: Professional C# 4.0 and .NET 4
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Default Please Tell me what to study.

Hello.

I have been studying C# for 3 month now.

I have read C# 3.0 and Beginning Visual C# 2010(from Wrox) and now

I'm reading Professional C# 4 and .NET 4.


In while Im reading and studying, I just wonder which way I have to go.

I know Im in such a hurry. but I just wanna know what I have to study after

this book.

There are so many many many books in C#, database, asp .net, WPF etc.

I have no friends and no teacher to tell :(

Please somebody tell me what I have to do

Thanks
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It depends on what interests you most. Do you like writing Web applications, Windows applications, server-side-code, are you good in designing user interfaces, writing games...??
What kind of applications did you create so far?
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