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Great Visual Studio Training Resource
Posted 13 years ago on 7/2/2007
Take Away: If you've been around computing for any length of time, you know you can quickly spend a lot of money on those $60, five-pound reference books. For just ten dollars more, you can get your hands on over 500 great training videos for Visual Studio .NET.
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Last Friday, I mentioned several free training videos being offered by Microsoft.

At the end of each, the outfit that produced the video includes a plug for their product.  And what a product!

For $70, you have access - for a year - to over 500 videos that train in all phases of Visual Studio .NET.

These are high-quality productions.  They include:

* Power-Point-like "slides" that outline the matters to be discussed,

* Animated screen-cam sequences that demonstrate exactly how a given task is accomplished in VS .NET.

* Very well scripted and articulated voice-overs that explain things in the plainest language possible.

Now, do the math: $70 for over 500 training videos works out to less than fourteen cents each! And they run from 15 minutes to about an hour in length.

I cannot imagine a better training bargain.

LearnVisualStudio.NET will soon have my money!

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Blog Contributed By Wes Peterson:

Wes Peterson is a Senior Programmer Analyst with Prestwood IT Solutions where he develops custom Windows software and custom websites using .Net and Delphi. When Wes is not coding for clients, he participates in this online community. Prior to his 10-year love-affair with Delphi, he worked with several other tools and databases. Currently he specializes in VS.Net using C# and VB.Net. To Wes, the .NET revolution is as exciting as the birth of Delphi.

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