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Beginner Developer Learning Center

Posted by Vakul Kumar More on June 25, 2008


Everyone must have started learning .NET from beginning stages. Microsoft has many User groups, Boot Camps and even Fire Starter Sessions. Now, Microsoft has started a basic training for the beginner programmers who have no programming experience.

Microsoft has started a centralized learning environment specifically targeted to beginning programmers. Here you’ll find a rich array of learning content that starts with the very basics, and guides you through step-by-step to becoming a fully-fledged developer!

All lessons in the Beginner Developer Learning Center are organized into two development tracks: Windows Development and Web Development.

In addition, all Lessons are classified into Tiers or levels of difficulty to make it easier to choose the right lessons for your skill level.

bb308908_tier1_body(en-us) Tier 1 Lessons are a great place to start if you’re brand-new to programming. Most of these lessons don’t assume any prior software development knowledge and will take the time to introduce basic concepts.

 

bb308908_tier2_body(en-us) Tier 2 Lessons assume you understand the foundations of .NET development. These lessons will proceed at a faster pace, and cover a lot of the core concepts of Windows and Web development. By the end of these lessons, you should be able to create a basic, working application!

 

bb308908_tier3_body(en-us) Tier 3 Lessons follow up on the skills learned in Tier 2. These lessons expand your knowledge of Windows and Web development with more advanced concepts such as data access and debugging. If you finish the Tier 3 lessons, Congratulations – you’ve graduated from the Beginner Developer Learning Center and can officially call yourself a Software Developer!

 

To go the beginner page, click here

To start learning developing Web applications from scratch, click here 

To start learning developing Windows applications from scratch, click here 

Even experienced programmers can also have a look into it to brush up the skills.

Happy Coding !!!!

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