Originally Posted by QBall777
I must say it's all looking pretty complicated at the moment.
I feel your pain, as I'm actually still very much in a learning phase myself (I'm using VB.NET instead of C#). My employer is in the process of converting their old legacy mainframe code to .NET, and I was told I wouldn't be able to do any coding until I learned both Visual Studio and .NET. That's quite a lot to dump on someone at once; however, it's well worth the effort.
I've found that most employers want you to know both, so it's a good career move to put in the effort to do just that.