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2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,920 Points

It's not necessarily an "either/or" decision.

ASP.Net core is just the most recent version of ASP.NET. But most of the concepts of ASP.NET MVC development would apply to all versions and there are many more generic training resources available.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,920 Points

I believe so, yes. But even the MVC Basics course has a few recommended prerequisites:

Henrik Christensen
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Henrik Christensen
Python Web Development Techdegree Student 38,322 Points

I've already done those courses but going through the C# courses again to refresh it since I have not used it for a while, but I realised there is a great demand for ASP.NET in my area (very little demand for node, django, rails etc.) and I thought I would ask which version would be better to learn :-)

I guess there might still be a great demand for ASP.NET MVC (4.6?) to maintain already existing code?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,920 Points

Yes, and as I said most of what you learn would apply to new development also.