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BOOK: ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 978-0-7645-8464-0
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Isn't there a subtle difference between this WROX forum and the MS one? Everyone on this site presumably has Marco's book. Therefore answers to questions may be provided in the form of a book page reference. The other starter kits I believe use web page references only.

I dabbled with most of the other Starter Kits but chose this one at least partly because it was book based.

I like this forum. It is intimate and focused. Everyone here is approximately equal in that they are all trying to make a practical web site as quickly as possible. There are no hopeless newbies here and no out-of-touch would-be gurus bloviating about obscure technical issues.

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  There are no hopeless newbies here...
I think maybe you should troll some of the forums that I do ;]

In anycase, you are correct, all of the questions about TBH here are directly related to the book where as the asp.net forum is for questions, more or less, related directly to the Starter Kit.



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Good point about the book, and the intimacy of this forum. I think this forum will always stay that way because of this factor. I look at having the ASP.NET forum as a supplement to this one. By being an ASP.NET forum, THB will gain a lot of support - it will be visible to the entire asp.net community. And in my view the more people working on the same code base the better, everyone has something they can contribute yet at the same time everyone is knowledgeable with the base. Sure, there will be a lot of newbies, but weren't we all when we started? I consider myself to still be one of them, hopefully not hopeless though :)

Btw, I bought the book after I downloaded the source code, if anything it will help the book sales! And will bring more core people here.
 


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