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    Does anyone have experience with the elearning/video training currently available? I need to put together a training plan for our legacy programmers to learn C# .NET. My company is not going to spring for live training and we have one programmer that is a maintenance level programmer and is going to need some quality training. There doesn't seem to be much in the way of reviews. AppDev has a lot of courses available, but it doesn't really give me the impression of quality. I am leaning toward Keystone training and they have a great price on the five user plan and have quizes and progress tracking. LearnItFirst is pretty reasonable but I am concerned because they seem to break down everything into really short segments and am concerned that it may not be too cohesive.

    I will probably end up having to develop the coding standards, so any books on best practices in enterprise level .NET development would be helpful.

    http://www.appdev.com
    http://www.keystonelearning.com/cour...2008_training/
    http://www.learnitfirst.com/Course/1...harp-2005.aspx

    Thanks,
    Don

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    Our company has a deal with Skillsoft, they seem to offer a lot of Online options....have heard pretty good feedback about them.

    I've heard decent things about Keystone, but don't know much about them.
    What if the Hokey-Pokey really IS what it's all about?!

    Kinky Tom!

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      Thanks.
      I ended up putting together a proposal with the keystone training.
      A subscription to this site:
      http://www.learnvisualstudio.net/
      and the .NET programming certificate from O'Reilly School of Technology.
      http://www.oreillyschool.com/certifi...rogramming.php

      I am also putting together a library. Should be an adequate variety and source of training.

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