.NET Retraining Prerequisites, Part 1

Tools You Will Need for Web and Windows Programming
  • Chris Richardson


Now you know what .NET is, at least from a high level. Additionally, you understand that a successful .NET retraining effort will include learning a new language syntax and learning much more about object orientation, language interoperability, Web enablement, and XML and Web services support. As you might have guessed, there is a lot more to learn. However, before I get into the details of the new Microsoft .NET platform and the .NET development tools offering, I should discuss a few topics to provide you with a better learning foundation.


Unify Modeling Language Internet Protocol Structure Query Language Portable Document Format Enterprise Service 
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