Media praise for ASP.NET 2.0: A Developer's Notebook
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"...there are a lot of books that make it so that you have to do all the exercises in sequence to get the examples to work but with the OReilly books you can go straight to the chapter you want to work on and go right to it...OReilly has the right stuff when it comes to real life work to get done."
-- , Huntsville New Technology Users Group (HuNTUG)
"One thing I really enjoyed about this book is the organization. I'm a professional ASP.NET developer, there are things I like about ASP.NET and things I dislike about it. Lee did an excellent job covering a lot of the new and exciting features of ASP.NET right up front, which builds the readers enthusiasm for the rest of the book. Finally I can set focus on a control! Finally I can cross-post forms! Finally I can control visual inheritance! Sure these issues may not be all that important, but they're things current ASP.NET developers have been clamoring for, and they keep the reader engaged through the material... This book is a must read if you're planning on migrating to the new version of the .NET framework."
"True to the "Developer's Notebook" format, you are immersed into the content with very thoughtful examples and hands-on labs...Wei-Meng Lee has put together a very compelling Developer's Notebook. The coverage is very complete, and the examples are interesting as well. I really enjoyed sitting down in front of my computer with this book and working through each of the exercises. This is a very good text and is extremely valuable in reviewing the features available in ASP.NET 2.0."
-- , Amazon.com
--"ueberhund," Amazon.com review, July 2005
"Wei-meng Lee's new book manages to cover a lot of ground in a concise, readable manner. If you're already developing with ASP.NET 1.x and preparing to migrate to version 2.0, ASP.NET 2.0: A Developer's Notebook gives you complete information forassessing ASP.NET 2.0 and making the most of it. "
--Katherine Tuman, Amazon.com review, July 2005