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Old May 1st, 2012, 08:17 AM
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New in asp.net 4, just started beginning wrox book. Would you people kindly tell me.what can be the best practice learning asp.net 4.
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I think you have started in the right place and the best think to do is work diligently through the book chapter by chapter, example by example.
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Hi everyone! I started to learn same too^^ I registered software academy in bilge adam. Academy starting date is 21 of May. I got books and i wanted to start looking at them. asp.net 4 book offer wrox us to help our works.

So as jiminatel says. i will keep reading this book.
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Don't just slavishly type in the examples in the book, try to extend and re-write each one until you're familiar with the concept you are studying. I've always found that the best way to learn a new programming development is to actually write a working programme. Spec it out properly first and then write it, you'll be surprised how quickly you pick pick up the techniques.
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