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I am a complete newbie at learning ASP.NET and a complete newbie to programming (unless you count basic HTML).

To begin my learning, I purchased [u]SAMS Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours Complete Starter Kit</u>. This was WAAAAY over my head. I went all the way back to the basics and started with [u]ASP.Net For Dummies</u>, and this book is much more on my level.

So, knowing that I had to begin with the very basic of basics, what book(s) would one recommend for when I am done with [u]ASP.Net For Dummies</u>. Should I try the SAMS book again, or something more intermediate?
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Go for Professional ASP.NET 1.1 by Wrox Series.It is really an good one..It has both basics and advanced level.

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since i'm a newbie too..
Beginner's ASP.NET 1.1 by Wrox is equally good too. :)


It bcums FATAL wen my brain puts my eyes on Call-Waiting ! >|B-)
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Stick with the Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 and when you understand it move to a more advanced one. Work through the book's examples.


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