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anarkali perera
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i am a java developer.but i like to learn .NEt also .can anyone tell me good forum for .NEt,C#... and other windows technologies?
Aneesh Vijendran
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MSDN would probably be the best place to start.

This book could be good.
http://www.amazon.com/NET-Java-Developers-Migrating-C/dp/0672324024


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anarkali perera
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it is not free.can any one tell me free book
Joe Harry
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Why not we start one here at the javaranch??


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I wouldn't hold my breath on that one.


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ParagS Kulkarni
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Yes you will get everything on MSDN. I had to work on a project where a part of it was in .NET
One more thing there are online code converter available those convert VB.NET code to C# & vice versa.


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