It is clear, concise, well written and explains the subject in a logical progression.
NET MVC is geared towards a best practice approach, the Author does a great job of giving you the "whys" of approaching a problem in certain ways.
Also, this book encourages using TDD, and introduces concepts such as IOC and how can they be used with MVC.
This is the first book I picked up to learn .NET MVC.
The author holds your hands and together you slowly build this amazing ecommerce application. Read more
This book is a rarity in the realm of technical books. Most books I have read just go over the features of "how to do things" and eliminated the context of why we are actually... Read morePublished on April 24, 2011 by Michael Brown
I echo the other one star and two star ratings: replaces core MVC framework with his own versions. Not very useful for a learner. Read morePublished on January 27, 2011 by Timothy French
Its redundant 2nd edition is out, by the time I checked this and went back to cancel it with amazon page loading taking an age it was filled #*&^$#% aaaaaarghPublished on September 15, 2010 by Caught By How slow Amazon is
The author has done a superb job of putting together a work that includes the right combination of experience, knowledge, and writing style. Read morePublished on August 5, 2010 by G. Askew
One of the best books I have read so far.
Very simple language, straight forward examples, made me a huge of fan of ASP.NET MVC. Read more
This is a great second MVC book. What I mean is that it's not the best book to start with. As another reviewer said, it is the next logical step after the NerdDinner tutorial. Read morePublished on June 11, 2010 by A. DiMauro
I went with this over the In Action book, and I'm pleased. The example application is real-world enough not to skip over issues that will come up in actual use. Read morePublished on June 7, 2010 by David W. Martines
Currently I'm a little over half-way thru this book and really like it, although (for me personally), I found that the book organization could have been done differently. Read morePublished on May 20, 2010 by TwistedPretzel