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Last post Sep 22, 2009 10:03 AM by firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 01, 2009 01:35 PM|LINK
Does anyone have subscriptions to .net magazines, or do you simply get info from the web. For most cases I have been using the web for articles and new technologies, but I would be willing to subscribe to a magazine if any are any good. Just looking for
some recommendation or is it just as easy to search the net?
Sep 01, 2009 09:54 PM|LINK
I prefer using the web for any referencing I need to do. It is easier to update a website than print a magazine, so you can usually find more information on the web, and the information reaches you quicker. Additionally, you can find more helpful tidbit
type stuff online because it isn't worth it for a company to print it on a magazine. Though it is nice to get a magazine every now and then that discusses emerging technologies and the like. Plus, magazines are a little easier to take with you into the John
than a laptop.
Sep 02, 2009 08:51 PM|LINK
I subscribe to ASP.NET PRO
Sep 04, 2009 06:20 PM|LINK
I primarily use the web for articles and new technology news as it's more current and the resources are greater; however, there are times when a magazine provides a really good article that may cover a topic in decent detail. One magazine, I find to be really
good and subscribe to is CODE Magazine.
Sep 05, 2009 05:37 AM|LINK
I have read quite a few and CoDe Magazine is my favorite. I used to love Dr. Dobbs, but they went digital and I just don't like to read digital magazines online. ASP.NET Pro is pretty good, but short.
Sep 22, 2009 10:03 AM|LINK
I read MSDN Magazine and
Code magazine (both great), the web is great tool when I am looking for an answer to something but I find a magazine gives me a broader scope on all parts of ASP.net not just the bits I am intrested in at the moment...
and besides you can read a magazine in the bath or in bed :0)