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Old January 13th, 2012, 01:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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C# for absolute beginners - a 24-part video series from Microsoft

Microsoft's MSDN/Channel9 developer evangelist group recently released this 24-part video course/tutorial on C#. You learn it with Visual Studio Express (which is free) so you're not learning it inside of Ninjatrader, but most of what you learn about C# and .NET will carry over into Ninjascript programming.

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He also has a comprehensive paid website for .NET. As a complete novice I found it to be pretty good and worth the money.


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