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Recommended Learning Resources
- The official .NET blog has lots of interesting C# articles, ranging from beginner to expert difficulty.
- Scott Hanselman's blog is an active, well written blog on a wide variety of C# and .NET related subjects.
- Eric Lippert's Fabulous adventures in coding is a brilliant C# blog, although his subjects are usually quite advanced.
- The C#/.NET Little Wonders & Little Pitfalls posts by James Michael Hare contains some fantastic posts on less known C# features.
StackOverflow can be used to search for your problem and see if it has been answered already. You can also ask and answer questions.
/r/csharp is the C# subreddit.
@dotnet is the official .NET Twitter account.
Gitter is the C# Gitter room, go here to get support and ask questions related to the C# track.
- In On .NET, Bertrand Le Roy interviews people on a wide variety of C#/.NET related subjects.
- There are several great C# courses on PluralSight. The downside: PluralSight is a paid service, but you can request a free trial.
.NET Rocks is a very nice .NET podcast with great content.