hi everyone :) im hoping to learn a healthy amount of vb10/12 by the end of the month. mainly to improve my cv and get a better shot at jobs. originally wanted to learn vb6 for a college project , but after a post in daniweb , my ideas are as such : vb6 obsolete , bad , dont learn! vb10/12 good! go for it !
thats basically all the idea i have about all stuff vb.
however , i did read that c# is used in developing vb ( some ideas regarding this matter would help out too! ) and that it is similar in a lot of ways to java, which being my background (along with some c , n html) makes me think that C# - vb10/12 is the combo for me.
i got a softcopy of head first C# , and i think im gonna learn it from there ( as i love the head first series) , but i dont know any good books for vb10/12. need some help there too!
and lastly , i keep going "vb12/10" every time , what should i start with ? 10 or 12 ?
and consedering that i have never touched anything visual basic , what do you guys think will be the best way for me to start the vb+c# journey?
edit: oracle 9i is obsolete , and that is what we were told to use at college(along with vb6), and im not going to listen to them. need some help in choosing what would be a good backend software as well. i only have some theoritical knowledge about sql in general, havent done anything practical. would mysql be a good option?
any help would be great! :)