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09-07-2007, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by vasildb View Post
I think Wiley books are the great.
Check the dates

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The ASP.NET unleashed books are really good, I recently bought the 3.5 one which is now coded all in C# (previous ones only had C# on the disc) and i'm already putting my new C# skills into industrial action.

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wrox publications are good.. they publish worthy books..

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The best way to learn C# is through Wrox publication's Professional C#
by Billy evjen, cristian najel and others i dont remember. Again for ASP.NET try MS PRESS on ASP.NET using C#.

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Hi,
I always prefer Professional C# 2005 by Wrox for basic learnings.
There are various sites for tutorials on asp & .net but the best is http://www.w3school.com and www.asp.net.........

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I am an asp.net programmer if you are interested to learn asp.net beginning to depth then wrox publication books for asp.net are best.

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Stephen Walther's ASP.NET 2.0 Unleashed is best to learn asp.net beginning to professional .

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