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ADO.NET in VS2008 or gdi+ (beginner question)

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I've to to write a master's thesis. Currently I deal with php, mysql, ajax.
Fate decreed that I've to choose one of this subjects:
1.gdi+ library in .net technology
2.ado.net technology in VS 2008.
I didn't have contact with Visual Studio, .NET. I only know some basics of c++.

My question is what subject of your point of view will be easier for absolute beginner in .net domain. From writing which subject I gain more knowledge which could be useful in writing web apps.
Also can you write some interesting titles of books for this subjects (for beginner, sth like "for dummies" series)

Thanks in advance.
Sep 14 '09 #1
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I've to to write a master's thesis.
Today's education. Might I suggest working on basic English first?

From writing which subject I gain more knowledge which could be useful in writing web apps.
Of your two choices: ado.net
Sep 14 '09 #2
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Might I suggest working on basic English first?
I'm working on it all the time. Could you write what's wrong in what I wrote, except for 2x to?
Of your two choices: ado.net
- thanks.
Sep 14 '09 #3

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