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Shervan360-6172 asked BruceBarker-8516 commented

Should I learn ADO.NET for ASP.NET Core?

Hello,

I learned C#.
Now should I learn ADO.NET for ASP.NET Core? or Entity framework is better for my goal? How about LINQ to SQL?
I don't know the roadmap for learning ASP.NET Core.

Thank you

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Bruce-SqlWork answered

Linq to sql did not get ported to .net core, so there is one off the list. Ado.net is lower level api used by EF. It depends on your goal. Do you want to use an ORM? EF is best at code first.


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LanHuang-MSFT answered BruceBarker-8516 commented

Hi @Shervan360-6172,
I think,you don't need to learn asp.net for asp.net core..net core is new frame work to create cross platform application and it is an open source.
Asp.net core is using .net core framework.
Asp.net is using completely .net framework.
You can directly learn ASP.NET Core, the following is the ASP.NET Core developer roadmap, you can learn according to your needs:
aspnetcore-developer-roadmap-printable.png
Best regards,
Lan Huang


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I saw the road map, what a long way. I was scared! :(

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I'd say the micro-services and blazor could be moved to good to know. Testing might be reduced to unit testing and the rest to good to know.

otherwise it seems a minimum list for backend / server. if you also want to know front-end, then there is another roadmap.


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