Jon Skeet's C# 3 books is awesome. If you're transitioning to all the new language features, this is a really great approach.
Just finished the book below....good primer on the new features of .NET 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010. One of the first books out on the subject.
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Are there any aspdotnetstorefront books specifically? I'm getting frustrated with the lack of documentation. I need 'baby steps' or something equivalent. I'm a .NET programmer, but I need a reference of all teh object, methods, properties, and events available for customizations.
For example: I'm writing a custom ASPX page to handle multiple subscriptions and I can't find ANYTHING that explains the basics of aspdnsf.
frustrating. How does anyone use it?...
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web programing.I am new in IT sector but I am very much interested about new things.
So please carry on.