Hi James. Yes, the C# and VB
language issue is something I took some deserved grief for not being clear enough on with many of the 2.0 books. You'll see 2 things on our 3.5 books that we're trying to do to make this better and clearer up front:
1. Indicating the language clarly like this:
Professional ASP.NET 3.5 : in C# and VB
2. Trying to do most if not all ASP.NET books with both C# and VB
code in the book and when that isn't feasible, at least provide the code samples in both.
We think that's best for programmers. Even if you work exclusively in VB
today, there might be a time when you need to have some ASP.NET in C# and this way, your one book will cover them both.
We're not perfect but we do try to learn! :)
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