Additional Resources for Visual C# Programmers

The following sites can help you find answers to common problems.

Microsoft Resources

On the Web

Microsoft Visual C# Developer Center
Provides code samples, upgrade information, downloads, and technical content.

Microsoft Help and Support
Provides access to Knowledge Base (KB) articles, downloads and updates, support Webcasts, and other services.

Hosts open source software projects. You can use CodePlex to create new projects to share with the world or join others who have already started their own projects.


Visual C# Language
Provides a forum for questions about and general discussions of the C# language and compiler.

Visual C# General
Provides a forum for general discussion and questions regarding Visual C#.

Visual C# IDE
Provides a forum for discussions about the C# IDE.

MSDN Forums
Provides information about forums in which you can post questions and answers, and also view and search existing user-generated Help content. You can also access the MSDN forums by clicking MSDN Forums on the Help menu.

Chats and Discussion Groups

MSDN Discussion Groups
Provides a newsgroup experience, enabling you to connect as a community with experts from around the world.

MSDN Chats
Provides discussions about Microsoft products and technologies. Each chat is hosted by one or more Microsoft experts. Transcripts are available for completed chats.

Videos and Webcasts

Provides a community through videos, Wikis, and forums.


File Bugs or Make Suggestions
Enables you to file bugs or provide suggestions to Microsoft about Visual Studio. You can also report a bug by clicking Report a Bug on the Help menu.

Third-Party Resources

MSDN's Web site provides information about current third-party sites and newsgroups of interest. For the most current list of resources available, see the MSDN C# Community Web site.

See Also

Getting Started with C#
Customizing the Editor
How to: Get Involved in the Developer Community
How to: Send Feedback
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