Sunday, August 24, 2008

Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5

That's a lot of numbers so it can give you an impression that this is another very specific story about the hottest technologies of today. Well, it is. You can pick up most modern buzz words, put them in the resume and sound profound and sophisticated on job interviews.

There is more, though. Clever code shows up depths of a traditional ASP.NET, which you supposed to know at least for a last couple years to consider yourself a good ASP.NET developer. So, naturally, I found some stuff new for me.

And what is even better - the book guides you through framework building step by step, explaining every decision, tradeoff and implications of each choice made or rejected. It is rare and thorough overview of evolving architecture in a progress. Invaluable if you ask me, especially if you deprived a privilege to observe truly good architects in their natural habitat - a live project.

For a first glance check the live example, it is awesome.

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