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Default Going from "Beginning C# 3.0: An Introduction to OOP" to ASP.NET 3.5

Hello,

I have actually only started reading Dr. Jack's excellent book on C# & OOP, but since my goal is to program webapps I'm already considering having an accompanying ASP.NET book, that is, reading both books simultaneously.

Since I'm only starting with C# (and finally getting serious about programming) and have no experience in ASP.NET or anything related, I'd like to know the best book to take up alongside, or if I should instead wait until I'm finished with my current read (and then which one to take up next).

For the record, I'm also planning to get "Professional Twitter Development: with examples in .NET 3.5" after those, and it seems to talk a lot about REST so would I need an introduction to REST first?
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Hi there,

You may want to take a look at Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 in C# and VB You probably want to read some Amazon reviews and the Table of Contents to see if it is anything for you....

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