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Brendon Branigin
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Well I’m looking to learn asp.net and c# and I’ve found some information but nothing substantial. Starting with c# what tools do I need (I already downloaded the free c# visual express from MS) and where are the best tutorials at that can take me through the basics all the way to the advanced.Same questions for asp.netWhat tools do I need?Where are some good tutorials?I have already searched Google but most of what i found are video tutorials which are no good since I’m stuff on dialup. Thanks in advance for the help, include you opinions/experiences with these technologies in your post if you like

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When I was trying to learn asp.net, I was having a hard time with the online tutorials. It's almost as if no one knows how to explain exactly what asp.net is in the first place. There are a lot of specific examples about how to do things, but people don't really explain why they did what they did, or what else they could have done. They don't explain the theory, they just give examples. You will almost need to learn it out of books. This book helped me out:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/020176040...glance&n=283155There is also an Oreilly book:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/059600699...glance&n=283155

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When I was trying to learn asp.net, I was having a hard time with the online tutorials.  It's almost as if no one knows how to explain exactly what asp.net is in the first place.  There are a lot of specific examples about how to do things, but people don't really explain why they did what they did, or what else they could have done.  They don't explain the theory, they just give examples.  You will almost need to learn it out of books.  This book helped me out:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/020176040...glance&n=283155There is also an Oreilly book:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/059600699...glance&n=283155

Thanks, it's realy to bad that documentation on asp.net is so rare :) the sites i've seen using asp.net are realy amazing. Thanks for the book links, I will be sure to check these out
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You will want to download VWD ofr ASP.Net developement. THe link is in my sig.I found 4guysfromrolla.com very good for theory and examples. As far as C# goes I don't know of a specific site that was been helpful. I just Google the topic I am trying to do and go from there. A few sies for C# are http://www.csharp-station.com/ and http://www.csharp-corner.com/when I was learning ASP.Net I found that http://forms.asp.net were very valuable. They have many Microsoft Certified Developers as Moderators and are very helpful. It is a very large forum so each topic has to be approved by a mod first, that is the only down-side. It may take you a few hours to get an answer but most likely you will get one.

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You will want to download VWD ofr ASP.Net developement. THe link is in my sig.I found 4guysfromrolla.com very good for theory and examples. As far as C# goes I don't know of a specific site that was been helpful. I just Google the topic I am trying to do and go from there. A few sies for C# are http://www.csharp-station.com/ and http://www.csharp-corner.com/when I was learning ASP.Net I found that http://forms.asp.net were very valuable. They have many Microsoft Certified Developers as Moderators and are very helpful. It is a very large forum so each topic has to be approved by a mod first, that is the only down-side. It may take you a few hours to get an answer but most likely you will get one.

Thanks, i just finished downloading visual C# so i guess VWD will be next :)
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