I'm not really a newbie to the concept of programming, I've played around with some basic stuff in C#, Java, JS and Php before, but I never really took it that far.
Now I'm planning on really picking up a career in C# and I'm going to focus on learning as much as I can about it, and everything around it.
What I'm wondering is, what's the "most important" things you need to know to get a job involving mainly C# programming nowadays? I know that simply knowing C# is not enough, so some guidance would be awesome, just to get me pointing in the right direction.
by Avambo via /r/csharp