Are you a Java developer who is currently using tools such as NetBeans and Eclipse, and frameworks such as Spring, to build Java-based solutions? Do you want to learn how to design and build great applications and services by using Microsoft Windows, the .NET Framework, and C#?
A number of free resources available from Microsoft come to lend a helping hand to Java developers looking to embrace C# and the .NET Framework.
These learning resources will help you to leverage your existing knowledge of Java solutions architecture, and show you how you can transform your skills to enable you to build Windows solutions based on the .NET Framework and C#.
The free resources could prove to be sufficient to at least get developers leveraging technologies such as NetBeans, Eclipse, and the Spring framework to at least raise an eyebrow to the promise that their existing skill sets will permit them to build projects for Windows, using the .NET Framework and C#.
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