Feb 20, 2014 11:37 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
I don't always believe in listing solely books as a resource as there are simply so many other great resources for learning things like C#, .NET and more. I'll include a few below and I would highly recommend checking out
my blog post here which contains a variety of other great tools.
As others have mentioned, you'll be hard pressed to find a single resource that covers all of these, so I would recommend looking around for specific topics that you have questions on and using other more broad-scale resources to fill in the gaps.
This tutorial-centric book provides a great introduction to ASP.NET and is a perfect book for both developers that are new to .NET or those that may have worked with it previously as a refresher. The author does an excellent
job of not only providing code to the reader, but thoroughly explaining why the code is there and how it works. (This is also a great choice as it provides both routes in C# and Visual Basic for those that are familiar with either of the languages)
Don’t let the “Professional” in the title scare you away if you are just learning ASP.NET, as this title is a great choice for an introductory book to .NET or for those that have some experience under their belts. The superstar
team of authors focuses on many of the foundational concepts throughout ASP.NET and covers all of the major features available within the technology so that the reader will feel confident tackling applications both big and small.
Regarding LINQ and Lambda Expressions
101 LINQ Examples is a great place to start as it has tons of examples of different LINQ queries and will cover the code to help explain what is going on within the query. It starts out
as very simple and progresses to more advanced queries.
A few other things to check out might be :