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Hello,

I would like to order some books and I am looking for some suggestion. I want at least one for each of the following subject.

Web services / XML with .Net 2.0  / C#
MS SQL server 2000
A book just for reference for C# .net 2.0 programming
Microsoft Atlas / AJAX programming

Also, if there is any book for .net 2.0 c# ecommerce I would be interested as well.

Thanks!!
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1)Professional C# 2005
by Christian Nagel, Bill Evjen, Jay Glynn, Karli Watson, Morgan Skinner, Allen Jones
November 2005,wrox publication
2)Beginning SQL Server 2005 Programming
by Robert Vieira
February 2006,wrox publication
3)Professional SQL Server 2000 Programming
by Robert Vieira
November 2000,wrox publication
4)Professional Ajax
by Nicholas C. Zakas, Jeremy McPeak, Joe Fawcett
February 2006,wrox publication
5)Beginning XML, 3rd Edition
by David Hunter, Andrew Watt, Jeff Rafter, Jon Duckett, Danny Ayers, Nicholas Chase, Joe Fawcett, Tom Gaven, Bill Patterson
September 2004,wrox
6)Foundations of Atlas: Rapid Ajax Development with ASP.NET 2.0,apress publications,
Laurence Moroney
7)Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 Web Services in C#: From Novice to Professional,apress publications,Sean Iannuzzi






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