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Beginning Object-Oriented ASP.NET 2.0 with VB .NET: From Novice to Professional (Beginning: From Novice to Professional) 2005th Edition
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"HTML elements are not available to the server, because they are text that is passed through to the browser." O.M.G. How did I go all this time without realizing that HTML is text that is "passed through" to the browser?! Sentences like this one are commonplace: "The HTML section of the Toolbox will have a title of HTML." Ya think? Or this jem: "The last category of properties is Misc. This category will list any properties that did not fit into the other categories." The whole book is like this. It's incredible. I didn't pad my jr. high english papers like this.
Finally, there are some mistakes in the references to the samples -- having you name a class something, then referring to that class with a different name later. This type of errata is common in tech books, but with something this short and brutally simple-minded, you would have thought the tech editor would have caught these mistakes. Maybe he fell asleep reading it as many times as I did.
Unlike other books that dive into so much technical detail that you end up glossing over the information and not actually learning all that much, this book clearly and simply walks you through the basics of OOPs.
After each section, you are given examples of code to see how the concepts are used. The chapters are short enough to be easily digestable.
I learned more about OOPs from this book than other larger and more expensive titles.
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If you are not an introductory user then this book is a quick read and overpriced. The subject matter was well selected but the depth of content, writing style, and cookbook... Read morePublished on January 11, 2006 by J. D. Hackl