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by Glenn Johnson

  • ISBN: 0471430234
  • Author: Glenn Johnson
  • ePub ver: 1508 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 800
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (May 30, 2003)
  • Formats: mbr lit rtf lrf
  • Category: IT
  • Subcategory: Programming
epub ASP.NET in 60 Minutes a Day download

In fact, Wiley Publishers released 4 "60 Minutes a Day" books": Java, AS. ET, XML and V. ET.

In fact, Wiley Publishers released 4 "60 Minutes a Day" books": Java, AS. Warning: You can only view the presentation with a high speed broadband connection. Dial-up can only get the audio and sometimes not even the audio. The online presentations are fine, but the value comes from the book itself, not the online presentation

60 Minutes a Day combines the best of the instructor-led training and book experience. Technical training is typically divided into short and discrete modules, where each module encapsulates a specific topic.

60 Minutes a Day combines the best of the instructor-led training and book experience. 60 Minutes a Day titles follow the same model: each chapter is short, discrete, and can be completed in 60 minutes a day. For these books, I have enlisted premier technical trainers as authors. They provide the voice of the trainer and demonstrate the classroom experience in each book of the series.

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NET in 60 Minutes a Day. et). The video's you get off of the Wiley site are worth the price of the book. Very good for getting you started with the basics and that is what you want from a book like this.

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This is actually a very good book. In fact, Wiley Publishers released 4 "60 Minutes a Day" books": Java, AS. ET

Formerly the Director of Information Technologies and Technical Support for Tyco International, Johnson now runs his own training business. He has developed courseware for and taught classes on AS. ET, Visual Basic. This is actually a very good book.

Introduces Microsoft's widely-used, free Web development tool to new users and to those preparing for certification Includes thirty one-hour lessons that recreate a typical week-long introductory seminar Gets readers quickly up-to-speed on using ASP.NET and Web Matrix to develop Web pages and Web services The author has taught ASP.NET and other Microsoft tools for Xerox Connect and other major corporations Companion Web site features an online presentation by the author that follows along with each chapter and includes an audio-only option for readers with dial-up Internet connection
Comments (3)

Quashant
I thought both titles I bought in the 60 minutes series were good (ASP.Net and VB.Net). The video's you get off of the Wiley site are worth the price of the book. Very good for getting you started with the basics and that is what you want from a book like this. I hope that Wiley keeps on in this series but from the lack of reviews I wonder if anyone is buying the books.
Gianni_Giant
Don't waste your money on this useless book!
Whiteflame
This is actually a very good book. In fact, Wiley Publishers released 4 "60 Minutes a Day" books": Java, ASP.NET, XML and VB.NET.
The book comes with an accompanying website with audio/visual presentation for each chapter consisting of a PowerPoint presentation along with audio. Warning: You can only view the presentation with a high speed broadband connection. Dial-up can only get the audio and sometimes not even the audio. The online presentations are fine, but the value comes from the book itself, not the online presentation.
I usually shy away from books with phrases like "In a weekend", "in 24 hours", "hour-a-day crash course" etc. You really can't learn a new programming language in a few hours. HOWEVER, THESE BOOKS ARE AN EXCEPTION. The authors don't try to convince you that you can expect to learn ASP.NET using Visual Basic.NET in a weekend. If you do all the lessons (some of which may take a bit more than an hour) plus try to do a few original applications on your own, from scratch, you WILL get a very good foundation of the subjects being taught.
I own both the VB.NET and the ASP.NET (which is also VB.NET based) books and recommended them to my students who wanted to learn Visual Basic.NET.
This books is designed for people who don't have the money or the time to attend a live, in-class course on ASP.NET using Visual Basic.NET. The authors anticipate, in advance, some of the questions you might ask to a live instructor if you were learning ASP.NET in a classroom environment. According to the authors, they have taken their own experience as instructors and put that experience into the book. It works pretty well.
Two caveats:
(1) the book doesn't cover everything about .NET or about ASP.NET or about the .NET Framework. It's provides a self-study, introductory course on ASP.NET. If you complete the book, then you will be in good shape to take on some more advanced topics such as the details of ADO.NET (an entire subject in itself, check out Murach Publisher's Murach's VB.NET Database Programming with ADO.NET by Doug Lowe, Anne Prince - ISBN: 1890774197 for that) and WinForms( check out Wiley Publisher's VB.NET in 60 Minutes a Day Bruce Barstow, Tony Martin )

(2) The online presentations are only available to broadband subscribers. However, even without the videos, this would be a great introductory book for beginners who cannot take a classroom course on Web development using VB.NET and ASP.NET.

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