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Does anyone have any good recommendations for an introductory book for .Net? I am a fairly experienced programmer with Java and Visual Basic, so I don't want to waste money on a book that is just an introduction to programming, but I am looking for something that would explain the .Net framework and give me a headstart into either C#, VB and / or ASP with a good language reference as well.

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If you want to learn C#, I recommend Professional C# from Wrox. It introduces you to the syntax of C# and then delves into programming various type of .NET applications including Windows Forms, ASP.NET and Web services.

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