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New to .NET from Java land

Hi! I am a student working on a project, and I am required to use VS.NET and C#. We used to code mainly in Java. This is our first large project working as a group, and I really hope that we can harness the power of VS.NET to coordinate effectively, because up until now, none of us has had any experience in utilizing the tools that can help us work effectively together -- for example, importing my teammates classes, handling exceptions. Is there a link, or any tips (technical or otherwise) that you can give me to get us started, so that we can work efficiently? Thanks a lot!
You'll definitely want to start reading the .NET Architecture Center at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/. That will give you some excellent ideas how to handle those architecture issues. Another great site for learning how to manage the tools included with Visual Studio is at https://www.visualstudio.com/.

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