Originally Posted by felgall
The best way is to create a project for yourself that will be written using that language.
When I decided to learn object oriented programming and C++ I wrote an entire cashbook program using it so as to be able to use all of the different aspects of the language (and the framework and database I wanted to learn at the same time) several times over by the time I finished it.
Of course the project you decide to use needs to be one where you know what the end result needs to be.
Agreed - time to start a mini project and expand on it more and use as much C' .NET stuff as i can
Could potentially come up with a project that can be even rolled out