Apr 22

A few days ago I’ve mentioned that my ASP.NET 4.0 book was available for pre-order in the FCA site. It has finally been released during Techdays (Portuguese MS event), so you can order it from the web site or buy it in a book store.

As you can deduce from its title, this book covers ASP.NET 4.0  Web Forms in depth. A warning: don’t be fooled by the number of printed pages! When compared with the previous  3.5 editions, you’ll notice that it has less pages. But that only happened because we’ve (I’ve suggested and the editor agreed) decided to move some of the printed content into online appendixes in order to lower the price of the book. If you look at the contents, then you’ll notice that it covers more stuff than its previous editions (the main difference is that a couple of chapters which were printed are now available for download).

There’s also good news for my Brazilian readers: the book will be distributed in Brazil (and that should mean that its price should not be as high as it used to be in the past). So, if you live in Brazil and you’re interested in buying this book (or one of its previous releases), you should contact Zamboni Comércio de Livros and ask for a copy:

Zamboni Comércio de Livros Ltda.
Av.Parada Pinto, 1476
São Paulo – SP
Telf. / Fax: +55 11 2233-2333

As always, feel free to contact me if you have any questions/suggestions about this book.

6 comments so far

  1. Phillip Haydon
    10:24 am - 4-28-2010

    Congratulations. My suggestion is. Could you translate it to English 😀

  2. Helder Pestana
    11:00 am - 7-28-2010

    It”s about time…

  3. xispate
    9:17 am - 9-21-2010

    Para quando um livro de Entity Framework?

  4. luisabreu
    9:26 am - 9-21-2010

    primeiro, tinha de estar convencido a 100% de que a EF e uma melhor opcao do que, por ex, o nhibernate 🙂

  5. xispate
    10:23 am - 9-21-2010

    Por acaso vou iniciar um novo projecto e ando indeciso entre entity framework e nhibernate.

    Então venha lá esse livro de nhibernate 🙂

  6. luisabreu
    10:36 am - 9-21-2010

    Nao estou a dizer q EF nao presta, apenas que o tipo de apps que normalmente faco e mais bem servida por NH…de qq forma, actualmente ja detecto uma mudanca muito grande para no sql:) ou seja, as tantas daqui a 1 ou 2 anos, muita gente vai estar a escrever apps q so usam bds para estatisticas…