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JEFFREY PALERMO is the CIO of Headspring Systems, cofounder of the MvcContrib project, and a Microsoft MVP. A popular speaker and writer, Jeffrey ™s Party with Palermo site is one of the first and longest-running ASP.NET MVC websites.
BEN SCHEIRMAN is a Microsoft MVP, Microsoft ASP Insider, and Certified Scrum Master. He is Director of Development for ChaiONE in Houston, TX.
JIMMY BOGARD is a Principal Consultant at Headspring Systems, a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD), an ASP Insider, and a Microsoft MVP.
ERIC HEXTER is a veteran software developer and Director of the Austin .NET Users group.
MATT HINZE is a Principal Consultant at Headspring, a MCAD, ASP Insider, and Microsoft MVP.
Overall I thought this was a great book. The authors covered a much broader range of MVC and how to interact with it from many angles - in a sort of holistic approach - moreso... Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by K. Painter
It's common for one part of a book to expect the reader to have knowledge from an earlier part. More than once in this Manning book, I came across a part where I felt that an... Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by user202
This book is a real waste of time. When the opening "Getting Started" sample code is so poorly explained in the book that that it doesn't work, then the book is a waste of time. Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Fellow Reader
I enjoyed this book very much, because it made a good transition from the traditional Web Forms approach. Read morePublished on June 2, 2011 by Joey Morgan
Very disappointed, the folks behind the book are very experienced ASP .Net MVC developers. But, the book lacks flow. Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by V. A. Raghavan
I was new to MVC2 and was having difficulties finding specific information I needed on the net. I know one of the other reviewers was very unimpressed, and to be honest it could... Read morePublished on January 21, 2011 by Robert Leclerc
If you are serious about MVC and are not looking for a primer, then this is a good book.
There is a wealth of information contained within.
Not convinced. Read more
I think that if you want to be a good developer in .NET using MVC pattern, this book is gonna to be useful a lot. Read morePublished on October 22, 2010 by The Angry Matt
I have to come clean and say I purchased and read the FIRST version of this book. I have NOT had a chance to read the second version. Read morePublished on October 4, 2010 by Gregory A. Mccoy