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Comment: Learn on your own. (Score 1) 149

by pwnstar23 (#46248043) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Best Options For Ongoing Education?
First of all its really easy to learn a new language after you mastered one, especially c++, since it's sort of low level. Second, all you need is a book and a few hours a week and you'll learn a new language in a month or so. You should be competent in that language by then. Third, going back to school would be way over kill, it's not that big of a deal to learn a new language especially going from c++ to C# since c# is based on c++ with the c style syntax. The only other thing that pops up is getting to know .net, but that's not hard due to reference sites like msdn.com.

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