how long would it take to be a decent VB.Net programmer?
Also, is it necessary to learn C+ first, or can you get away with not learning it?
- jwong71091Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
VB.Net, C++ and other programming languages would take several weeks or months to learn as they are pretty versatile and complicated programming languages to learn
If you want to learn either VB.net or C++ then here are some resources that you can try out
You can use a search engine like Google.com to find a whole bunch of tutorials for Visual Basic, C++, and etc.
There are many forums for Visual Basic, C++ and etc.…you can ask them for any advice and information
HomeandLearn has many good tutorials for using Visual Basic, Java, Web Design and etc.
They also show you how to get free software for creating these programs
I have found FunctionX to be very useful for learning Visual Basic, C++, etc.
Here are some of their tutorials for VB.Net
This website has a whole bunch of tutorials for Visual Basic, C++ and other programming languages:
Here are some good websites for learning C++
xoax.net is a really good website to learn about C++ because it shows you how to download the FREE Microsoft's version of their Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Visual C++ 2008 Express and use it to create C++ programs
They also include many video tutorials for learning C++:
3DBuzz has many good videos for C++ and other programming languages
YouTube has videos for almost any subject or topic you can think of
Good luck and I hope this helps!
- 1 decade ago
It depends on your level of exposure to the language and what you need to do with it. Anywhere from 1 - 3 Years if you are just doing it at home 6-12 months if in a corporate environment
- 1 decade ago
You can study VB in 1 yr at home.