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hello everyone,
m completely new here and to c# web development i need some in fetching a good book and a website(say msdn,or same) so that i can cover up everything, i got to see a book called "c# 4.0 projects" from blackbook can i refer it
or please send me some good links on it
regards
thank you
sam
Posted 11-Nov-12 21:41pm
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More possibilities:
http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/mvc-4[^]
http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/default.asp[^]
http://www.csharp-station.com/Tutorial.aspx[^]
 
You already have been given some and there are even more in the internet. It should not be difficult to find something fitting your requirements if yous earch in google, just try to specify a little what really are interested in
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Pandvi at 12-Nov-12 3:48am
   
Nice Collection. My 5!
sameerhuilgol at 13-Nov-12 12:32pm
   
thank you sir, for your support and help they are really good resources to go with can u tell me some good text book for example "c# 4.0 Projects from blackbook" such text i feel help us alot and which r available online
regards
thank you
sam
__TR__ at 14-Nov-12 0:19am
   
I am not sure about blackbook. However you can refer this[^] site for some C# video tutorials.
If you are looking for a book for beginner level, Head First C#[^] is a good book to look at.
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You can start here: http://www.asp.net/get-started[^].
 
—SA
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sameerhuilgol at 12-Nov-12 3:00am
   
thank you, for your view but i had been there but i feel it bit complex as it basically stress on web matrix n i need a pure c# 4.0 web development(asp.net) from scratch sir
so m in need of some good web sites or text boooks
thank you
regards
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Nov-12 13:04pm
   
I have a different opinion. If this is too complex for you, you should start with simpler topics of programming. When you understand more and gain more confidence, return to ASP.NET development. The major problem is not a lack if "simple" books, but taking some topics without prerequisite knowledge, that's all.
--SA
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Hi
 
Not sure about what you really want but you can try read here[^] or browse the site.
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