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Book recommendation Request

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Hi,

I hope this is the right group for this question. It's hard to
tell. I've been working with .net for a while but only in the last
couple of years have I made the move to c# and oop. I'd appreciate any
recommendation for a book to give me a good quantum leap in design
strategies, mostly on the asp.net side. I've done some work in
reflection and can see how oop can be tied to the .net framework to
make code more powerful.

Any suggestions? I've read about the CSLA books but I'm not sure if
they might not be too specific.

Thanks,
Fig000
Jun 29 '08 #1
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On Jun 29, 11:10 am, fig000 <neilnewton...@yahoo.comwrote:
Hi,

I hope this is the right group for this question. It's hard to
tell. I've been working with .net for a while but only in the last
couple of years have I made the move to c# and oop. I'd appreciate any
recommendation for a book to give me a good quantum leap in design
strategies, mostly on the asp.net side. I've done some work in
reflection and can see how oop can be tied to the .net framework to
make code more powerful.

Any suggestions? I've read about the CSLA books but I'm not sure if
they might not be too specific.

Thanks,
Fig000
To start with

Apress - Accelerated C# 2008
Microsoft Press - Microsoft Visual C# 2008 Step by Step
http://www.learnvisualstudio.net
http://windowsclient.net/

-Cnu
Jun 29 '08 #2

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Just visit amazon.com and search on the appropriate keywords. Then take the
time to read the customer reviews and ratings.
Peter
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Hi,

I hope this is the right group for this question. It's hard to
tell. I've been working with .net for a while but only in the last
couple of years have I made the move to c# and oop. I'd appreciate any
recommendation for a book to give me a good quantum leap in design
strategies, mostly on the asp.net side. I've done some work in
reflection and can see how oop can be tied to the .net framework to
make code more powerful.

Any suggestions? I've read about the CSLA books but I'm not sure if
they might not be too specific.

Thanks,
Fig000
Jul 1 '08 #3

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