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  1. > The Ultimate VB .NET and ASP.NET Code Book


    No, please say it ain’t so!

    (Of course, I have to deal with this terribly closed-source operating language everyday, so I might be a bit biased.)

  2. tim:

    i can’t tell if you’re recommending this book or not… :)

  3. I’ve read a little of the second one, and it is pretty helpful–but basic.

  4. “closed-source operating language”??

    The language itself isn’t open or closed, it’s the license put on the software written in the language.

    Check out Mono:

  5. Hey — pipe down with the religious warz!

    Knuckleheads — I don’t care who started it, I’ll pull over the car right here …

    … oh crud … now I sound just like my dad.

  6. Glad to see you got comments working again Dean! If I was choosing a book I’d pick a Linus Torvalds book, forget all this Windows-locked in stuff ^_^. I’d sooner hear Linus talking about computing then Bill Gates — after all Linus coded a kernel that is so strongly accepted that it was been inducted into distributions that arew so numerous they probably out number the sands in an average sandbox…ok maybe not quite that many, but it might be soon…

  7. I’d actually recommend something like Luther’s Small Catechism or some C.S. Lewis instead but hey… different strokes for different folks.

    (Where are ya flying to and if it’s somewhere warm, can I stow away in your luggage?)