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Understanding basics of 1C:Enterprise platform. To start working with 1C:Enterprise platform visit Getting started page

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Hello!
My friend gave me a link to your site as I said I would like to become a programmer. Would someone help me to start? What should I do first?

 
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Start by reading this Getting Started

 
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Thank you, Alexey! But I'm a little confused with all of this information.
I have downloaded and installed 1C:Enterprise Platform 8 Training Version.
The shortcut 1C:Enterprise appeared at my desktop
What's next?

 
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Open 1C:Designer, add new information base and try to create your firs application like this tutorial: First Application.

 
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Which DBMS should I install? And, well, I'm not really familiar with Delphi or C++...
I have found those videos
Still can't get what do you mean saying open 1C:Designer?

 
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You do not have to install a DBMS because the training version includes a built-in proprietary database.

Designer is the part of 1C platform that allows you to create applications. To create an infobase and run Designer:

1.Double-click the 1C:Enterprise shortcut.
2. In the 1C:Enterprise Setup dialog box, click Add.
3. In the Add infobase/group dialog box, click Create a new infobase and then click Next.
4. Click the lowest option button "Create an infobase without configuration..." and then click Next.
5. Specify a name for your infobase (any one you like) and then click Next.
6. Click Next until you complete the wizard.
7. Click Designer.

 
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Wow! That is very interesting, Now I can try an example from the frist video! I'm really excited! Thank you, Yulia Ivanova!

 
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Use this reference and download the book "Hello, 1С"

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The aim of this guide is to give a brief overview on how to work with the main objects and mechanisms of 1C:Enterprise 8 Platform. It may take 2-3 hours to go finish the guide and develop a sample application - Hello, 1C, which is similar in its purpose to "Hello, World" - the practice exercise which you may have done when learning other programming.
It is described rather in detail and interestingly.

Edited: Vladimir "Alex" - Sep 21, 2012 02:20 PM
 
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