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advice a good ASP.NET C# 2005 book

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Hi colleagues,

I need your advice...

I have approx 1,5 years experience with ASP.NET/VB.NET 2005 and I have
to switch over into C# 2005 language. I don't have experience with C#
2005 language. (but 10 years experience in mainframe languagues).

My question is: I need a good book can someone advice it? I'm only
interested in ASP.NET not in windows pages.

Which do you prefer? When I google or go to Amazon.com there are so
many books of them. I can't see the forest from the trees :).

Can someone advice a good book? The heavy topics I'm looking for C#
2005 with ASP.NET pages.

I was thinking about these 2 books, but I need your advice:
- Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Core Reference (Paperback) DINO
ESpesito
- Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005 (Paperback) Matthew MacDonald
- maybe other book then these.

I can't look in the content of the books, before I buy them. so I
really need your advice I don't want waste money...

I'm looking forward to hear from you,

best regards,
mesut demir

Jul 19 '07 #1
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C# is just the underlying language on the CodeBehind file. You need a good
ASP.Net, a C#.Net and ADO.Net books.

Which ones you find, that's up to you, but you need those three books. Some
other books that might come into is how to do object oriented programming
using C#, HTML and JavaScript.

Those areas are what you need to become an effective Web developer.

Jul 19 '07 #2

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I found these books to be quite good at enhancing your skills (as you
already have 1.5 years of experience):

Visual C# 2005: A Developer's Notebook
ASP.NET 2.0: A Developer's Notebook

Adrian.
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"mesut" wrote:
Hi colleagues,

I need your advice...

I have approx 1,5 years experience with ASP.NET/VB.NET 2005 and I have
to switch over into C# 2005 language. I don't have experience with C#
2005 language. (but 10 years experience in mainframe languagues).

My question is: I need a good book can someone advice it? I'm only
interested in ASP.NET not in windows pages.

Which do you prefer? When I google or go to Amazon.com there are so
many books of them. I can't see the forest from the trees :).

Can someone advice a good book? The heavy topics I'm looking for C#
2005 with ASP.NET pages.

I was thinking about these 2 books, but I need your advice:
- Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Core Reference (Paperback) DINO
ESpesito
- Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005 (Paperback) Matthew MacDonald
- maybe other book then these.

I can't look in the content of the books, before I buy them. so I
really need your advice I don't want waste money...

I'm looking forward to hear from you,

best regards,
mesut demir

Jul 19 '07 #3

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Hi colleagues,

First of all thank you for answering my questions. I think you all
give some right direction.

Indeed, I don't need only C# but also other like ASP.net and ClintongG
propose. )

Before I make a choice I think I need to give more update what I
want.
I have some experience with ASP.NET and I'm really NOT INTERESTED in
windows forms. I'm really interested in the ASP.NET web pages only and
I would like to build my pages programmatically not at design time.
I assume there is no book only to about C# 2005 and built ASP.net
pages programmatically at run-time. I assume if I need to learn C#
language I have to choice one and the explanation is with Windows
forms.

I've some experience with OOP, Design patterns in VB.NET. I

I think the right words I need to use are: learn the syntax and
grammar of C# 2005 and if it's possible with ASP.net

I hope I expressed my self this time better,

I hope you can add some extra advices in here,

cheers, mesut

ps: thank again for you responses...

Jul 20 '07 #4

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