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ASP.NET MVC Learning RoadmapFor everybody who wants to learn ASP.NET MVC from ground up Young Yang posted a very useful learning roadmap in the

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ASP.NET MVC Learning Roadmap

For everybody who wants to learn ASP.NET MVC from ground up Young Yang posted a very useful learning roadmap in the forum on this site.

original source:

http://forums.asp.net/t/1704315.aspx/1?I+am+new+to+mvc3+will+any+one+provide+me+link+where+i+can+create+apps+in+mvc3

I shared this roadmap on this wiki, so that everybody can profit from it. A special thanks for this great roadmap and his hard work goes to Young Yang.

For everybody, who looks forward to ASP.NET MVC 4 this roadmap should be interesting:
http://aspnet.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=ASP.NET%20MVC%204%20RoadMap

Part 1: MVC preparation

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Part 2: MVC Beginner’s

MVC Level 100:

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Part 3: More information you can refer (This part is depend on you)

MVC Level 200-300

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Useful tools in MVC:

Discussions:

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