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Default Finding the way to swim in ASP.net

hi guys,
 My mind is in little dual state i.e (to be/or not to be). I need your suggestions and tips.
Currently i am working on Visual Basic 6.0,ASP 3.0 projects and programming skills are getting well built up now.
Now i want to switch to ASP.Net. My boss has planned to convert all this projects into ASp.net and he wants all this projects to be end within 6 months.

My problem is i have no idea how should i start with it and i don't want to join classes.

Is there any sites or books through which i can learn ASP.net form scratch.What inputs are needed from my side.

I kindly request to whomsoever to provide me suggestions and tips on this problem.

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Wrox has a large number of ASP.NET books available:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-105058.html

Notably, the newest beginning book is Imar's own "Beginning ASP.NET 3.5: In C# and VB":
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...47018759X.html

It is well written and is getting lots of good feedback. This would give you a good introduction into general ASP.NET using databases. Having a good understanding of ASP and VB should help you with the transition.

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