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A good book or weblinks for ASP.NET newbie.

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Hi!  I have been working in ASP 3.0 for about 18 months now.  I love it, however, now that I am comfortable, we are upgrading to ASP.NET.  

My problem?  I opened the developer tool, and do I ever feel lost. (My CD's came without a book).  I need a beginning website tutorial, or a very good book.  What I am looking for is a introductory  ASP.NET tutorial/book for newbies like me.

Does anyone have any good suggestions?

Thanks!




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Hi uotilae,

I like OReillys ASP in a nutshell:


http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/aspnut2/

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Thank you so much for your suggestion!.
I am the new owner of the OReillys ASP in a nutshell, it's very well written. :)
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