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Trying to trim down some coursework to maximize the benefit

I am taking some video courses, here:

http://asp.net/learn/videos/

I finished the "Videos for ASP.NET 2.0 Beginners" today, but need to trim down from the How Do I? with ASP.NET section to reduce total course time.  There are 49 courses total.  I'm trying to rapidly introduce myself to this technology, then move onto other topics, like AJAX, for example.  I hope to shave off perhaps 1/3 of the video's.  Could someone please suggest the ones I need to watch and those I would do okay without?? I'm not committed to a 1/3 reduction, I am committed to getting a strong flavor for ASP.NET programming to maximize my odds of getting a job.

thanks for your suggestions,
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silemone

8/22/2022 - Mon
silemone

I read over the vids and I suggest you start off with the entire Beginner series.  The "How do I" vids are more for when you have an understanding and you're looking to solve a specific problem...I would use those when I actually start to build a site in aspnet.  By the way, nice site.  I'm going to refresh my memory by looking them over. From my experience, I took a Microsoft aspnet2.0 workshop video course at  little school to enhance my skills and it was a five day (8 hours a day) course that covered those topics in the Beginners.  So it shouldn't take too long.  Besides, I don't see Ajax as being so complicated.  Probably should concentrate on the huge .net framework first.
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