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Designing Active Server Pages by Scott Mitchell

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ASP Information on the Web

One thing that fascinates me to no end is the sheer amount of free and useful Active Server Pages information on the Internet. Furthermore, there are literally thousands of ASP developers from around the world who actively participate in providing free information, answering questions, and giving feedback and encouragement. This group of people, the ASP community, is one of the nicest and most helpful groups of computer experts I’ve ever had the opportunity to interact with.

Some of the greatest ASP information web sites available include:

http://4GuysFromRolla.com

This is the ASP web site I run. The site focuses on high-quality articles for intermediate to advanced ASP developers.

http://LearnASP.com

If you are one who learns best by examining source code, seeing it run, and tinkering with it (as opposed to reading articles), then http://LearnASP.com is for you. With thousands of code examples ready to run, http://LearnASP.com is the place to go for ASP source code.

http://15Seconds.com

This was one of the first ASP sites on the Internet. http://15Seconds.com serves as a gateway to ASP information, containing hundreds of links to relevant articles on a number of advanced topics.

As mentioned earlier, if you have a specific ASP question, I guarantee there are several folks who will take the time to help you find the answer. There are several web sites that focus on bringing members of the ASP community together to help answer questions and solve problems. If you have an ASP-related question that needs answering, be sure to check out these web sites:

http://ASPMessageboard.com

The Internet’s most popular ASP-related message board, receiving hundreds of questions and answers each and every day! If you’ve got a question, http://ASPMessageboard.com is a great place to ask.

http://ASPLists.com

If you prefer ListServs over forum web sites, be sure to check out http://ASPLists.com. There are several different ListServs available from http://ASPLists.com, from the very high-volume, general lists (ASP Free For All) to the very specific, low-volume lists (Fast Code, Advanced ADSI, etc.).

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