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Visual Web Developer 2008 Tutorials

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Hi
I have just downloaded Visual Web Developer 2008 Express.
The only tutorials that I can find are a 415 MB download for videos that
seems to crash half way through
Does anyone know where I can dowbload smaller files (videos or script)?
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by:the_b1ackfox
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www.learnvisualstudio.net  covers vwd2008 plus ajax and silverlight
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ps, you can watch the videos or download them to you machine and watch them in bulk
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couldn't see anything on web dev 2008 on that site
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all the videos dealing with sliverlight and ajax are in vwd2008

9 videos in asp.net ajax 101
(copy and pasted from the site)
MSAJAX101_02_01 - Creating and Consuming PageMethods
Duration: 14 Minutes, 11 Seconds
Size: 17.27M
Recorded Using: Visual Web Developer 2008 or Greater
Download Count: 0

Silverlight 101 - Lesson 1 - Video 3 - Silverlight Projects in Visual Studio 2008  
This video is a mirror image of what we saw in the first video. However, this time we'll be using Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 and the "Microsoft Silverlight Tools Alpha Refresh for Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2" released in September of 2007 to create a new Silverlight project. We'll also look at the anatomy of a Silverlight project in Visual Studio and note how its different. If you want to follow along, you'll need to create your own Silverlight development environment ... please refer to video five in lesson 1 for a walkthrough on the steps required to get started.  

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