Beginning ASP.NET 4.5 in C# (Experts Voice in .Net) by Matthew MacDonald (2012-08-28)

Beginning ASP NET in C Experts Voice in Net by Matthew MacDonald

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    • Wenn man mit diesem Buch arbeiten möchte, sollte man grobe Kenntnisse vom Programmieren haben. Die Sprache C# wird zu Beginn jedoch recht knapp erklärt, genauso die Entwicklungsumgebung.Ansonsten finde ich keine Kritikpunkt, da von den Grundlegenden ASP Elememten bis zu komplexen Konstrukten alles gut dargestellt wird, nur Englisch sollte man können ;)


    • I have been looking for someone, anyone to properly answer my questions about ASP web development. This is the only resource (including every course on Udemy, every YouTube video, and even the books in the Development for Dummies book series) that handles every question I had and even the questions I didn't know I had. While I am not an absolute beginner, I was glued to this book and how easy it is to follow and understand. I agree with some of the negative reviews when they say there were not e [...]


    • For having the word "beginning" in it, I really don't feel like this book starts you out anywhere but in the middle of a complex topic and relationship between ASP and C#. The topics in each chapter also feel disjointed, hard to relate to one another. There are rambling parts where the author/editors include advanced options and techniques that they don't explain other than to say "YOU COULD do it this way, go to this website to see how." Or, they include unnecessary points about processes you " [...]


    • This was my first foray into the ASP world. I had previously worked on an Outlook plug-in that utilized C#, so I'm not unfamiliar with the coding language or the Visual Studio platform. As a result, the first few chapters were essentially review, though I read them anyway since there is usually a nugget or two I can pick up from the review. I found the book to be very well-organized with some great examples. In addition, all of the coding examples could be pulled from the website in situatio [...]


    • I've been coding in c# for almost 10 years now, i started it right out of college and hadn't really had a lot of experience with c# or . I learned most everything on research and other books/coworkers. So its safe to say even after 10 years coding in it I'm no expert. I thought I'd pick this book up to see if there was anything I hadn't learned yet and being that it's 4.5 framework it would be up to date.Thankfully I did already know 90% of what is in this book (affirmed that I wasn't a beginner [...]


    • this book uses a lot of insider lingo so if you are truly a beginner I would steer away at first. If you want to become a professional programmer this is your book. It dissects the code well. The chapter layout doesn't seem to be logical. I skipped the first two chapters then read them last. Overall it is a great reference and anyone who wants to become an asp programmer will need to have this in their library.


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