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In this course, I described how to get started building ASP.NET-based web pages and websites. If you want to learn more about any of the software components, there are a number of courses in the lynda.com online training library that you might find useful. For example, if you want to learn more about Visual Studio-- not just the express version but the full licensed versions--and about the C# programming language, we have courses for these. Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training takes a look in depth at all of the tools that are available in Visual Studio professional, and C# Essential Training will help you understand more about what you can do with this powerful, object-oriented programming language. If you want to learn more about SQL Server, there are a number of available courses, including SQL Server 2008 Essential Training; SQL 2012 New Features; SQL Server Triggers, Stored Procedures, and Functions; and SQL Server Reporting Services in Depth. And finally, this course focused on the web forms framework, but there are other ways of building ASP.NET websites. And you can learn about these in these courses. Up and Running with Web Matrix and ASP.NET shows you how to use another introductory tool, Web Matrix, that you can choose instead of Visual Studio Express. This course focuses on building ASP.NET web pages with a special syntax called Razor. It's useful, more concise than traditional ASP.NET notation, and might be appealing. And finally, for a more advanced approach for building the ASP.NET websites, look at ASP.NET MVC 4 Essential Training. All of these lynda.com courses can help you advance your ASP.NET programming skills and help you build more powerful, more flexible, dynamic websites.
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