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comment C# experience for students
To help the motivation problem, you can also specifically target projects for what you're trying to learn, unless it's a school requirement that says, "thou shalt write this in {some other language}", of course.
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comment DDD + POCO does this makes sense?
@ Iulian> it's actually Plain Old CLR Objects, so that the F#, VB and Iron* crowd aren't left out. :D
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comment MVC, WCF, EF, LINQ - Is it just me?
@bit-twiddler> yes, and that's why most ORM frameworks let you execute raw SQL (or sprocs) as well. You can have a good C# guy write most of the pedestrian queries, and DB experts like you can package the hard stuff for them in a sproc or view.
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comment MVC, WCF, EF, LINQ - Is it just me?
+1 to you as well for the 'try to do 1 new thing on every project'. I like learning and growing as well.
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answered MVC, WCF, EF, LINQ - Is it just me?
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comment Why hasn't a faster, “better” language than C come out?
why haven't you marked this guy as the answer? +1