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LEARNING VB.NET AND ASP.NET

  Asked By: Ryan    Date: Nov 14    Category: Asp.net    Views: 9133
  

I JUST STARTED TO LEARN ASP AND VB.NET. THERE IS A LOT OF BOOKS OUT THERE BUT I
DO NOT KNOW WHICH ONE IS THE BEST OR IF ANYBODY HAS A SUGGESTION OF ANY BETTER
OF LEARNING THESE WEB TECHNOLOGIES (SUCH AS VIDEO) , PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Yvonne Watkins     Answered On: Nov 14

Well, MSDN is pretty good and useless at the same time, though the framwork
samples were, and still are, invaluable both to get started  and as a reference.

Many dev sites to get you up to a certain level C-sharpcorner.com is probs the
best, and there's GotDotNet.com and there the various MS web  apps to get you a
bit deeper.

And these lists for when you get stuck.

Books ... I haven't got any except for some old ones.
I have flitted through some at bookshops but find them pretty much useless,
chapters and chapters just waffling on about easy stuff just to get you the the
2 pages you want the book for.
Thats what they do, they just dilute a few pages of good stuff into a whole book
full of waffle.
No wonder Wrox went bust if thats what they were up to.

Though I would like to have one big thick one full of heavy duty control stuff.

Code is the way to learn.

Just wish there was more available and a fair bit deeper on some specific stuff.

Maybe I'm wrong about books  ? I don't know, I can't afford them !

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Yvette Griffin     Answered On: Nov 14

I would definitely suggest ASP.NET Unleashed
www.amazon.com/.../kitchwinc-20 , it's a
great book and covers just about everything you will need to know about
ASP.NET using VB.NET.

 
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