Advise the literature on ASP.NET and C#

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Hello, it's been 4.5 years studying web programming in php and only on it. I was very fascinated by programming in General, and go on studying 2 higher for programming. But unfortunately we have to learn to zaochke. About gain knowledge I think you can guess. However, the desire does not leave me. The University has written a program Converter of physical quantities to Visual Basic. However, desktop applications do not attract me, would in the future focus on web applications. The best way I learn the material by reading paper sources. Looked in the online book stores, but there are a large number of different books. What would you recommend on this topic?
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"C# 4.0 and platform .NET 4 for professionals" Nagel K., Iven B., Glynn J., Watson K.
An excellent book, written in simple and clear language, describes all (1440 pages!) — winforms, asp.net, asp.net mvc, silverlight, WPF, xml, service ado.net work with SQL server and Entity framework.
Registry "for professionals" have no fear, the basics dedicated to 900 pages, is very detailed about OOP under C# programming techniques from simple generalizations to unsafe code, everything is amazing in detail with clear examples.
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Via C# CLR via C#. Programming on the Microsoft platform .NET
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Plus can advise the very specification of the language to read, it is certainly not in paper form, but it is very easy written and with examples.
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Clean ASP.NET better not touch this is, like, last century. Now ASP.NET MVC 3.0 in the yard.
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But it books little. Russian probably only older versions. I now only from Amazon came
Pro ASP.NET MVC 3 Framework Steven Sanderson, at first glance — a good book, but much thicker.
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For rapid development I recommend Troelsen, for a more in-depth study — Richter — CLR via C#.
ASP.NET MVC — I do not know, not studied, to be honest, so can not tell anything.
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Thank you all, now I will choose between
\rC# 4.0 the complete guide
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\rThe programming language C# 2010 and the platform .NET 4.0. Take a fascinating journey through the universe .NET
something tells me that the first is easier to understand
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at ASP.NET a good book
"Matthew Mac-Donald, Mario Szpuszta — Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0(3.5) with examples in C# for professionals"
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Jeffrey Richter, "CLR via C#. Programming on the Microsoft platform .NET" — just a great book
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