Aug 8, 2013 at 7:25 PM
Edited Aug 8, 2013 at 7:26 PM
I'm learning C#, and I think it's great. I'm developing an application that takes data from a vibration/acoustic test and then performs some processing. For that first I needed represent my data and OxyPlot is an awesome library for that task. I've tried
previously with DDD (another library, but it has serious limitations).
When you download a .dll file from the Internet you may need unblock it. Right-click on the file --> properties --> Unblock.
Personally I recommend you to learn C# + WPF (unless you had some experience in C++ and you don't have time). WPF stands for Windows Presentation Foundation, it provides you tools for creating rich interfaces without cracking your head in program the behavior
of each UI element.
I don't know if Phyton suites better for engineering problems, I'll probably start learning it in future.
There is a huge site about programming questions/answers:
almost every question that I could have is already answered there, and if its very particular you could ask and if the question makes sense get a answer in matter of minutes.