hmmmm i posted but it didnt come out. anyways. on again.
books are in http://www.dotnetbooks.com
i have the eric gunnerson book "a programmer's introduction to c#' and its pretty good. i also have the "presenting c#" book from sams ms gave away at the PDC but the first one is alot better.
alot of resources and articles are in http://www.devx.com/dotnet/
also the dotnet threads at news.microsoft.com
what else.. of course VS.NET beta at http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/nextgen/default.asp
huge download! u need w2k.
VS.NET comes with alot of tutorials for C#, VB.NET and ASP.NET that covers the language, winforms and webforms. would keep you busy for a bit.
c# is more like java really. but then again java is more like c++ and c++ is c on steroids. so i guess it doesnt hurt knowing any of those.
should u learn it, is it worth the time? who knows! for myself, im learning it on the side, no serious projects with it yet, but im keeping in mind the fact that .NET "may" take off any time, if that happens, i should be ready, for now, i try to separate win32 specific issues as much as i can from the rest of my code, also i tend to follow the CLS with my current c++ coding.
enough babbling... i wish this was a bit helpful
: Hey maybe this launguage is too new for an opponion on this but are there any recommendations for C# books? How about compilers? Also is C# to C++ as C++ is to C? inotherwords will my C and C++ skills help me in learning C#? Should i evan learn C#, is it worth the time???