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    Well I have had a LOT of requests for ASP coding recently so I am thinking of moving into the area now does anyone have any good learning resources for an already experienced coder? I already code in PHP, Javascript and Flash Actionscripting, some perl / cgi when i can be bothered lol
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    w3schools give an nice introduction to asp scripting
    http://www.w3schools.com/asp/default.asp

    also try out asp.net. You can download 'visual web developer' from MS website for free...there are also some video tutorials there to get you started.
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/ex...d/default.aspx

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    nice one ess, i have a few books here on c# programming and from what I understand you can use that to create websites as well :S if thats the case then i might have to start making custom stand alone applications that integrate into excisting client systems
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    Yup...you can use C# to create ASP.NET Apps and client based applications. C# is really neat...and the fact that you can use it to write applications for Linux and Mac (using Mono) makes it worth learning as opposed to learning VB.NET or other applications for MS .NET Framework.

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    Nice one, just found out i got 3 books on C# so might have to start that, found one for VB.Net in me library as well lol
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