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Current developers value their time. For many, consulting rates start at $35 to $50 an hour. Their time is very valuable, thus reading an 800 page book becomes very expensive. At conferences such as Microsoft's PDC and Tech Ed, these developers often are asking for short, concise books full of information. ASP.NET For Developers just that a concise book that focuses on teaching the reader ASP.NET using Visual Basic.NET. The book starts by presenting the key concepts with using ASP.NET and Visual Basic.NET. Because the reader is assumed to be an experienced developer, this information is presented in a very straightforward method with little explanation. As the book progresses into more ASP.NET specific topics, additional detail will be provided along with concise examples and explanations.

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Michael Amundsen is an internationally best-selling author with titles such as Practical Visual InterDev and Sams Teach Yourself Database Programming with Visual Basic in 21 Days. In addition, Amundsen teaches and consults on development topics: Visual InterDev, Visual Basic, database development, and ASP. He was also one of the developers of, Microsoft's example website for ASP.NET. Paul Litwin, Conference Chair for ASP Connections and XML Connections, is a senior consultant with Litwin Consulting and MCW Technologies. Paul has written several books, including the Access 2000 Developer's Handbook. Paul trains numerous developers and has authored courseware for AppDev's Active Server Pages, Visual InterDev as well as Access classes and CD & video seminars.


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Great Book, well laid out 28. Februar 2002
Von Mark J. Moeykens - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
This book does a great job in providing you with a little information and then an example to try it out, a little more information and then another example to practice it. The theory and practicals are very well balanced. One thing I DON'T like in a book is too many words and theory and not enough examples.
I've read through 3 other books so far and this one has the best gradient on learning a new technology.
Why not 5 stars? With any new technology such as this there are many new technical words introduced. In order to fully grasp a subject you must know what the words mean. Authors should define the new words at the first occurance in a book AND provide a glossary at the back as a reference to these new words. Very, very few books do this. So I just define the words myself and write the definitions in the book.
But, overall I enjoyed this book very much. It's a smaller size than the rest making it very portable. All the examples are in VB.NET too (in case you're wondering).
Bad content 2. Juni 2005
Von Lanchi Tran - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Good introduction. However, the content of the book is very bad. Some code doesn't work due to the syntax errors. Very frustrating when you find something from the textbook not working. THe layout is horrible.
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A Good Introduction 24. Juni 2002
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This book is a clear and well-written introduction to the latest version of Microsoft's Active Server Pages. It is written how technical books should be written: no messing about, no unnecessary repetition, and a lot of material covered clearly in just over 400 pages.
A clear target audience (experienced ASP and VB6 developers), and clear objectives help - the book's intention is clearly to communicate the essentials, and the practitioner will then get more detail from other sources.
The book clearly presents the VB.NET language, the new ASP architecture, how to develop using server-side and user controls, and supporting technologies such as Web Services and ADO.NET. However, there are some omissions. For example, the book states that you can't raise standard events from User Controls, not only is this possible, but the standard MSDN documentation has a very simple example of how to do so.
If I have a major complaint, it's that the book was not developed around Visual Studio. Instead the examples are mainly pure text, similar to old server pages. This has two drawbacks: it fails to support the new paradigm of web development which Microsoft have finally raised above hacking with a copy of notepad; and it's sometimes difficult to relate the text-only examples to code generated by the Visual Studio design tools, and vice-versa.
Another weakness is shared with many other books on web-based development, especially in the Microsoft arena, with very little focus on how to properly structure code and solution components. I have had to resort to Java-based architectural pattern books, and I think there's a major gap in the market here.
This won't be the only book you'll buy on .NET: I also purchased "VB.NET for Developers" by Franklin, and "the Visual Basic Programmer's Guide to the .NET Framework Class Library" by Powers & Snell, both in the same series from Sams. However, I can recommend it as a good clear introduction to ASP.NET, which doesn't require you to read thousands of pages.
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