The first thing I ever programmed was a magic 8 ball :)
I guess it depends, you could scour [URL="http://sourceforge.net/"]source forge[/URL] for an open source project that needs help (though I think a lot of that is C++ not C#, and not usually .NET) or try [URL="http://code.google.com/intl/en/"]Google Code[/URL] for the … Read More
Learn to create a WCF Service because then you can open it up to other platfomrs like Web and Mobile computing. I agree with checking SourceForge for ideas. You'll also learn about source code control like Subversion. I have a VB.Net project there for rendering [URL="http://html5asp.sourceforge.net/"]HTML5 controls in ASP.Net[/URL]. You … Read More
[QUOTE=Srcee;1705524]Tnx but I'm more interested with learning the C# methods, namespaces etc. than algorithms.[/QUOTE]
To each his own I suppose. Although as you learn more about programming you will likely begin to see that the language you use is not nearly as important as the algorithms that you implement with … Read More
[QUOTE=thines01;1709333]Yes, that's correct.
Automating Excel is another big benefit in the business world.
...taking data that comes from different sources and outputting a report in Excel without manuals intervention...
ASP.NET, WCF, Web Services, Silverlight...[/QUOTE]
Crystal Reports is pretty sought after as well. Read More