It’s been two years since I started learning <A title=.NET href=”http://www.microsoft.com/net/” target=_blank>.NET</A> and recieved my MCAD, and I now have a total of 18 books on <A title=.NET href=”http://www.microsoft.com/net/” target=_blank>.NET</A> related development topics. I never counted them until today; I just kept buying/winning one every 4 to 6 weeks. Most of them are from Microsoft Press.
Here’s the last 4 I’ve gotten (in the last couple weeks by the way):
- <A title=.NET href="http://www.microsoft.com/net/" target=_blank>.NET</A> Remoting (ISBN: 0-7356-1778-3) - *I won this one at the last WI-INETA meeting*
- Introducing Visual Basic 2005 For Developers (ISBN: 0-7356-2058-X)
- Introducing <A title=ASP.NET href="http://asp.net" target=_blank>ASP.NET</A> 2.0 (ISBN: 0-7356-2024-5)
- Introducing SQL Server 2005 For Developers (ISBN: 0-7356-1962-X) </OL> Am I crazy in thinking this is a high number of <A title=.NET href="http://www.microsoft.com/net/" target=_blank>.NET</A> books? Does anyone have more?
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