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    Autodesk has a Developer training schedule here. More than half the classes listed are free webcasts. If it has already taken place, you can download the presentation from the link in the right hand column.
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    If I would learn myself, which books you can recommend ?
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    Microsoft Press has some good books. Their books are now sold by apress.com. There are a couple of Step-By-Step books for C# and VB that are good beginner books. I also liked Pro C# 2010 and the .NET Platform. Not only do you need to learn the language syntax, but hardest part is learning the .NET framework. For specifically learning acad, Jerry Winters has a good book, probably the only one out now.
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    Given the changes in the 2013 releases (properties being replaced with Extension Methods, AcCore.dll, and so on) that book might be a bit out of date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Jobe View Post
    I also liked Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform.
    FTFY

    Despite having difficulty making the time necessary to complete (+/-1700 pages), I am finding Andrew Troelsen's book to be very helpful, having just started out with .NET development myself.
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    Thank you all!

    I think this book very intressting. If I have install VISO 2010 for framwork 4. I I program in C# I use .NETframwork and exspecielly Civil3d API. I have seen library on development page on Autodesk is very good documentaded. Question is how connect framwork lbrary and Application progr. interface. Is there any book that explains this case ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cadplayer View Post
    Thank you all!

    I think this book very intressting. If I have install VISO 2010 for framwork 4. I I program in C# I use .NETframwork and exspecielly Civil3d API. I have seen library on development page on Autodesk is very good documentaded. Question is how connect framwork lbrary and Application progr. interface. Is there any book that explains this case ?
    If I am understanding you correctly, you're wanting to know how to setup a Visual Studio project for use with Civil 3D? :notsure:

    First, you might consider this post on how to get started, then consider creating yourself a secondary template (in addition to those supplied by one of the .NET wizards listed), which includes a reference to the AecBaseMgd.dll, and AeccDbMgd.dll assemblies in order to access the Civil 3D specific APIs.

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    I try download API from website and get this:

    Access Denied
    You don't have permission to access "http://www.autodesk.com/cgi-bin/newform_proc.pl/license" on this server.

    Reference #18.367b0660.1449742564.725502d7

    Have a mirror for download this?

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    The problems has solved.
    Quote Originally Posted by frankjanuba715924 View Post
    I try download API from website and get this:

    Access Denied
    You don't have permission to access "http://www.autodesk.com/cgi-bin/newform_proc.pl/license" on this server.

    Reference #18.367b0660.1449742564.725502d7

    Have a mirror for download this?

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