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I was working with .net for the past few years and now i am put into a project that has unix. I really dont know unix. where should i start? Any suggestion...

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What exactly do you mean when you say "has unix"? It has to run on Unix (or Linux)? –  Gert Nov 30 '10 at 11:35

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There are many resources available if you simply do a google search for an example this turns up in a a search and looks like a decent introduction:

Of course depending on exactly what Unix OS(s) you'll be working with you will want to look at some details for that particular OS as there are some differences.

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Things that come to mind:

  • Learn from you co-workers which are already on the project.
  • Read a book a two about Unices and the variant you're involved in.
  • When in trouble: think, read the manuals, use the web search, ask colleagues, ask here (in that order!)
  • Learn from your errors.
  • Enjoy
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Any book recommendations? –  Pacerier Dec 25 '14 at 11:49