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I am not really into .NET 'cookbooks' and I prefer books with an academic discussion of .NET. Cookbooks are typically best suited for folks who are already somewhat versed in the subject and want to find solutions to a very particular problem or to check the validity of one's own solution. This book does offer that kind of help, but it's so well done, that it also offers a very good and accessible solution to the ones starting out with an ASP.NET MVC project.

Posted by bunglebooz  |   Dec 24 2012 / 05:55

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