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    HI a dont know if this the correct place for advice, but all your are the experts in diferent ares of programs. i and good in the networks, servers and PC's areas. i never work with any prog. just in the university like 12 years ago, y dont remember any. but now just i want learn a any language programming, that is easy to start and with a lot of demand, is not necessary "microsoft area" and not focus to certification is just for learn and learn good. please i hope your advice can helpme.

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    If you work with Microsoft Windows computers and servers, I suggest learning PowerShell scripting. PowerShell is the administration tool of the future for Windows. PowerShell 2.0 is built into Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 RC2, and the next major release of Microsoft Exchange will require the use of PowerShell for configuration. PowerShell's script is a good first and necessary programming language for a Windows admin to learn.

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    Default PowerShell?????

    Power Shell is a language programming? and how can helpme in the Future? i dont know i looking for some more standard in a language programming. and easy for start and learn. but thanks for the advaice.
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    I think it's technically a scripting language, but if you want to manage Windows networks/systems, it's going to be what you want to learn.

    If you want to create windows applications, check out C# and .NET. On the *nix side, look into PERL and/or Python.

    You'll have to provide a lot more information of what you're looking for. It's not like we can simply recommended "the best" programming language. It depends on what you want to do.
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    i'm looking a program with a lot demand in bussines area and what easy to learn and start. i never programming and not want spend my time in a program without demand.
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    If anything was easy, there probably wouldn't be a great demand for it.

    Check out the express editions of MS development products: http://www.microsoft.com/Express/

    Consider the MCITP: Database Administrator if you're interested in that.
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    That's what she said.
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    That was a jerk move, Mike. If your actions ruin the joke, why not just delete his entire post? Why tease us by leaving the punch line?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamik View Post
    That was a jerk move, Mike. If your actions ruin the joke, why not just delete his entire post? Why tease us by leaving the punch line?

    ***** edited *** **** *** edited **** so then removed and when he got back moderated ********* edited **** ** said "but look how wide it is"!
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    Most core Microsoft products missed the Internet wave, even while claiming to be leading the parade. Office has yet to move past the document abstraction, despite the world's widespread understanding that websites are very useful things. Windows has yet to move past its PC-centric roots to capture a significant part of the larger network space, although it makes a hell of a good client. Microsoft developer tools have yet to embrace the loosely coupled mindset that today's leading edge developers apply to work and play.


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