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    Don't know where to start!

    I need to start learning ASP, but have no clue where to even begin. Can anyone point me to a good resource?
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
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    This is usually a good place: http://www.w3schools.com/asp/default.asp

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    also get a couple of good books,
    I like Sams Teach your self books.

    I bought 3 of them when i started ( they cover basically the same materially but each one approaches it in a different way, so you have multiple options that you can taylor to your needs)

    Also reading and posting on this site is a great resource.

    I cant tell you how many questions i have posted here.
    Also just by reading questions and answeres will make you pick stuff up here and there.

    Here are some of my fav site.

    http://www.devguru.com/home.asp
    http://www.webwizguide.com/asp/sampl...gin_script.asp
    http://www.asp101.com
    http://www.4guysfromrolla.com

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    Thanks. How would you guys rate ASP as far as difficulty?
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    If you can do JS or VB, and HTML you can do ASP. The complexity actually doesn't come in until you add a database to the mix, and even then in most cases it's just a matter of figuring out how to use SQL.

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    Great thanks. I hope I can do this!!! I'm learning JS right now...do you think I should wait until I've got that down really well?
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Dont worry, ASP is simple. Book-wise, I would suggest one of the following:

    - Beginning ASP 3.0 (WROX)
    - Professional ASP 3.0 Development (WROX)

    Wrox have an excellent range of MS-related books. (much better than Sam's "Teach Yourself is 8 seconds" )

    On the Net:

    - www.asp101.com
    - www.4guysfromrolla.com
    - http://forums.webdeveloper.com

    Regards.

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