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10/10/2009 1:44:18 AM
ASP 102 Handbook Online
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I just posted the handbook for ASP 102 to the web site.

If you have previously purchased this handbook, you can download it now. If you haven't bought it yet, and you've taken the ASP 102 course, it makes an EXCELLENT reference to look back on if you can't remember how to do something. It's only $3.99 and you can get it here:

  Order ASP 102 Handbook

As of right now I'm not planning on writing handbooks for ASP 103 to 304, but I've added them to the Waiting List. If enough people want them, of course I'll make them.

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