Last post Nov 28, 2007 12:05 AM by PieCook
Sep 13, 2007 03:04 PM|Rich11|LINK
Can anyone tell what is the best series of books to buy.
First for ASP and then for ASP .Net.
Sep 13, 2007 03:25 PM|javiguillen|LINK
I really like the Wrox series on .Net.... if you have the patience to read those books from cover to cover you will come out ahead of many people that just learned "at work" (they are heavy & dense in their writing style but filled with great information
and educational value)
here is a link for the beginning ASP:
and here is a link to their ASP.NET category (I really like Professional ASP.NET 2.0):
Sep 13, 2007 04:05 PM|jguadagno|LINK
Sep 23, 2007 10:46 PM|Coleen|LINK
I like Wrox and Murach's best myself. Try this site - I just found it, with lots of links to recommended books.
http://computerbookreviews.blogspot.com/ I just ordered "Beginning Ajax (Programmer to Programmer)" and "Professional Ajax (Programmer to Programmer)"
Nov 28, 2007 12:05 AM|PieCook|LINK
I never learned ASP; but rather, started straight with ASP.NET. My favorite book is
ASP.NET for Dummies. It's even got a free demo in the Microsoft Website.
Apparently, the Wrox series is pretty famous, too. I got both the Starter Kit and the Beginning level book. The Starter Kit was nothing exceptional, albeit quick, precise, and to the point. I haven't covered much of the Beginning book, though, so I can't
really give an opinion about it.