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BOOK: Professional Visual Studio 2010
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Default Ch: 21 'Choosing a Model'?

I'm trying to learn MVC in VS 2010.

I see that there is such a thing as a 'model' and that you've chosen a simple LINQ to SQL model but you don't give me so much as a clue as to how *I* might accomplish that.

Looks like I'm going to have to google for OTHER sources to find that out.
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Default not the right book for what you're trying to do

hi, no offense intended and i know books are expensive but, if you're wanting to learn MVC then you got the wrong book - try instead "Prof. ASP.NET MVC3" (wrox) or "Pro ASP.NET MVC3 Framework" (apress) - both are current (mvc3) and easy reads and good reference material. cheers, riix.
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