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    NC wrote: > What's that 60 days eval? > A lot of books come with a 60-day trial version of VS.Net It would be possible to do 70-315 and 70-320 in 60 days but it would be a bit of a mad charge :)
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Starting out

Postby Peter » Sat, 30 Oct 2004 20:00:52 GMT

I am interested in getting into more of the development 
side of computing, at present i am a system engineer and 
i have quite often come across jobs where some sort of 
software develpment would be ideal. Can any one point me 
in a good direction to start off. What books should i 
purchase etc. Any help will be gratefully received

Thank you

Peter

Re: Starting out

Postby comp sci kid » Tue, 23 Nov 2004 06:01:08 GMT

there are hundreds of programming languages.  your request is a little
vague.  what kind of programming are you interested in?









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