Where is the best place to learn ASP.NET and SQL?

ohhhvictor Posts 1 Registration date Wednesday July 10, 2013 Status Member Last seen July 11, 2013 - Jul 11, 2013 at 01:06 AM
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I went to school and the teachers were good professionals but not good teachers..
I am trying to learn on my own..But learning material is not good enough..

Where can I really learn SQL and ASP.Net?

Thanks for the help!

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sebster100 Posts 3 Registration date Friday July 19, 2013 Status Member Last seen July 21, 2013
Jul 19, 2013 at 09:14 AM
I find that for most scripting languages and for anything you would ever use on a website w3 schools are very useful as an introduction and basic course.

Here is their SQL: https://www.w3schools.com/sql/
And here is their ASP.NET: http://www.w3schools.com/ASPNET/default.asp

The best method I have found for learning any programming language is first to go through a basic course like the above and then try out an interesting and hard (but not too hard) project. This gives you a feel for how you might actually use the languages, sort of like when first learning HTML you might make a website. This also allows you to asses what you still need to learn and what other tools might be necessary for you to really have a working knowledge of the language.

There is also: http://sql.learncodethehardway.org/
which seems to be a pretty good textbook

and https://schemaverse.com/
which is a game for learning SQL, written in an SQL database, played with SQL commands

as far as ASP.net goes, here is a helpful blog post: http://geekswithblogs.net/dotNETvinz/archive/2010/02/26/learning-asp.net-where-to-begin.aspx
I suggest you to go for online training courses as if now a days you will get interactive way of learning by some online training institute I have taken Microsoft .NET Training from BestdotNetTraining.com which claims to be one of the best online education institute.
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Jul 23, 2013 at 09:45 AM
I agree....try www.w3schools.com

It is a good starting point.

What? Me, help?