Sunday, 17 April 2005

VS-LogoNew to .NET? Thinking about trying the VS 2005 Express editions, but like me you're intimidated by people like Scott who make people like me look, well, cerebrally challenged?

To the rescue: The Absolute Beginner's Video Series to Visual Studio 2005 Express Editions

Thank goodness for online resources like this. The first three parts of the 16-part series are available now, and they look like a good way to learn for those of us with Adult Onset ADD and stuff... Videos for C# and VB.NET are available, along with the accompanying VS 2005 project files.

The videos make it clear that these are for people who have never programmed before, or who - like me - have not programmed in ages. From the web site:

This video series is designed specifically for individuals who are interested in learning the basics of how to create applications using Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition and Visual C# 2005 Express Edition. This includes over 10 hours of video-based instruction that walks from creating your first "Hello World" application to a fully functioning RSS Reader application. Learn how to write your first application today!!

Lesson Outline

  • Lessons 1-3: Workflow, Visual Studio Express Interface (Now Available!)
  • Lessons 4-7: Programming Language Basics (Coming Soon)
  • Lessons 8-11: Working with Data and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (Coming Soon)
  • Lessons 12-16: Creating an RSS Reader (Coming Soon)

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