www.planetwrox.com Now Live!!

The demo web site that is used in my new book - www.planetwrox.com - is now available on-line.

The theme of my new book - Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 - is music, Over the course of the 18 chapters of the book you'll learn how to create a database-driven web site from scratch that allows visitors to share their opinions about CDs and concerts (through the Reviews section) and the so called Gig Pics"; pictures taken at pop concerts (or any concert for that matter) that you can upload to the server to share with others.

To keep things focused and simple to understand, the site doesn't have a million features. However, the book gives you in-depth information about all the existing features of and technology behind the site. The book teaches you how to use XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP.NET, C# and Visual Basic .NET, SQL Server, LINQ and much more.

If you want to know how the site is built, and what's behind it: get the book at Amazon or at your local bookshop....

The site is reset every now and then so there's no point in spamming it.....


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Date Posted 02/19/2008 19:09


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