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    Question Can anyone give me a list of good book's links on .NET

    hey guys can you provide me a list of good books on .NET.

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    I would suggest you to go through this asp.net tutorial for learning asp.net. It is much easier than book
    http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/default.asp

    Other good resource for asp.net tutorials is
    http://www.aspnetbook.com/basics/aspnet_basics.php

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    Thanks for your reply. I think C# 4.0 The Complete Reference By Herbert Schildt also a good book for learning .Net.
    Last edited by cpradio; Apr 11, 2013 at 02:29. Reason: Link removed

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    cpradio i am sorry. i will try to follow the rule.

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    If you know C# well, then two books I can highly recommend are C# in Depth by Jon Skeet, and CLR via C# by Jeffrey Richter. Both have been invaluable in me learning C# well enough to be a credible ASP.NET developer.

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    The best one I know is 'C# in a Nutshell'
    by Peter Drayton, Ben Albahari, and Ted Neward
    O'Reilly Media

    I have 8 years experience in .NET and this one is better far beyond all the others.

    Simon
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    Last edited by cpradio; May 29, 2013 at 08:14. Reason: adding book's editor; please wait 90 days for a real signature

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    I would say for beginners and to learn, Beginning ASP.Net with C# and VB by Imar Spaanjaars(Not sure if I wrote the last name correct) from Wrox publications.
    And after that Advanced version on same technology will serve the purpose for advance programming techniques.

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    I would advise you use MSDN library or www.asp.net and stick to this forum

    You cant go wrong with the above


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