Not sure if it is right place to ask about tutsplus.com.
Before I go and buy training videos, I want you to please give me some suggestions; I want to be a good web developer. Those I want to learn are: Asp.Net (with c#), JQuery, MVC , Entity and of course SQL . So can you please tell me what is the CORRECT ORDER of learning these and if possible which video sets are correct to choose. If possible please tell me in correct order.
Not sure if it is right place to ask about tutsplus.com. Before I go and buy training videos, I want you to please give me some suggestions; I want to be a good web developer. Those I want to learn are: Asp.Net (with c#), JQuery, MVC , Entity and of course SQL . So can you please tell me what is the CORRECT ORDER of learning these and if possible which video sets are correct to choose. If possible please tell me in correct order.
This depends on you, on what you want to focus, applications which needs SQL databases? as always you must start with the beginning, asp.net and stuff like that, with basic things – you can’t just dive into the whole bunch, but this depends a lot on you and on what do you want to focus.
Yes you are right. Actually, I asked it in wrong way. Let me ask again so, each skills has its “Begnner Training / Videos” like c# for beginners/asp.netfor beginners/sql for beginners.
So is it enough to jump to next skill’s beginners videos, and dive into asp.net web developer advanced videos (Keep in mind that my goal is to be a web developer.). Or I will even must finish each skills advanced series? I know I have to make lots of practises. But do beginners levels enough to dive into asp.net advanced series as a combination?
thanks in advance.
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Personally I would advise learning HTML and CSS first before diving into the server-side languages. Secondly I would advise to learn PHP instead of .NET. PHP has a much much larger community and is open source. .NET is very fast and structured, but harder to learn. I think learning .NET online is quite the challenge and you’ll have to buy all the software from Microsoft. After that you should start learning about databases and such. But that’s all relatively easy
After you’ve learned the basics, you should just start using it and start working with it. By using it you’ll gain experience and learn the more advanced things over time.
Besides, if you work with PHP you can work on a mac
I must agree with RikdeVos, I would strongly suggest you to start with HTML & CSS first, it will help you a lot later with the server-side programming, if you already know HTML & CSS then you are good to go, also I agree with him on the PHP programming language over .NET for a lot of reasons, but the most important it have a huge community, it’s open-source, it’s super wide used, you can get support for it really easily + it’s not that hard to learn.
Thank you very much guys. I already know html css. I am also a system administrator for both windows and linux servers. With php and .net, you know there are lots of discussions which I wont dive into now.. I know a new one will rise here
But I also need to develop some server desktop softwares which php can not supply. So .net is only way to go for me.
Thank you for sharing your ideas again.