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i am new to programming.

I have to design Web pages and maintain web site.

my manager asks me to learn .net

is it necessary to learn .net

if so, what is the previous knowledge required to learn .net or developing a web site



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windows

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If your manager has asked you to learn .NET, then that’s a pretty good indication that you probably should as your job will probably require is fairly soon.

If you have experience with C#, VB.NET, J#, then you are one step ahead. If you have experience with C++, C or Java that should translate fairly well into C# which is one of the languages you can use to program ASP.NET applications.

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  • carlosdl
    Some basic knowledge on SQL could also be useful.
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  • Denny Cherry
    This is true. Odds are what ever you will be writing will have it's data stored in a database, so you'll need to know how to interface with that database in the proper methods using best practices of both the database as well as the programming language.
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