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  1. Any software engineers or developers out there? I need to design my own application in C# that read and writes to a database I create so I can get promoted at my job.


    Not only do I lack the creativity, but I also lack the experience. What are the best resources to get started on this kinda stuff?

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    2. Nevander


      My job will eventually require me to sync a web interface with a database, probably with SQL though and not a C# application. I feel the same way as you, I don't know where to begin. I know a little SQL but not enough to build a database and link it with users and stuff for a website.

    3. UglyStru


      SQL is pretty straightforward. My job is currently working on fully transitioning over to web products vs. desktop applications. They're using a combination of HTML5, ASP.NET MVC, and a bunch of other shit I don't quite understand yet. I'm not looking to be a web developer right away, but getting this jump on building a DB and having a desktop app interact with it is the main thing I need to move up :o 

    4. UglyStru


      I also shouldn't say SQL is pretty straightforward. It CAN be straightforward, but once your DB gets super advanced and tables need to be joined, locked, etc. then it becomes a nightmare.