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BOOK: Professional Visual Studio 2010
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Hi everyone!

My name is Michael and this is my very first post. I am based on Devon, ENGLAND and have always been interested in programming.

I currently make sites using PHP and love the language and I have always wanted to get into creating computer programmes.

I have Visual Studio 2010 Ultra and recently received Professional Visual Studio 2010.

My question is: Where is the best place to start? Is this the idea book for a new comer?

Any advice is welcomed!
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Hey there,

It is all dependent on what you want to program with, if you are using Visual Studio then either Visual Basic or C# (.NET versions) are probably going to be for you. If you like you code a little more verbose then I would suggest Visual Basic, if not, then C#. These days with .NET support these languages are equally as powerful only have different syntax. Any Wrox book on your chosen language will help you get started. Good luck!
 


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