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I am an old C# winforms, windows service, windows library developer with 10 years experience. I would like to move towards becoming an effective web developer.

However, I know very little about HTML, CSS, ASP.NET etc. I am looking for some recommendations on a book or series of books I can work through to get me up to speed.

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Unless you specifically want ASP.NET 2.0 rather than the newer ASP.NET 3.5, I'd start with:

Some of it may be a little basic given that you probably know OOP and C# well, but it will give you a good footing since you don't have the web part. After that, you can probably attack:

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I don't specifically need to target 2.0, I just want to make sure I get the fundamentals I need.

Thanks again for the help.
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