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					Brandon’s ASP.NET MVC Resources
                                                                            Videos and Screencasts
October 2010                                                                ASP.NET MVC Basics (Scott Hanselman) - http://bit.ly/dxMnxB
GO HERE FIRST: You can find this document online at: http://bit.ly/bhr5Lm   The Full Stack (Jon Galloway and Jesse Liberty) -
                                                                            http://channel9.msdn.com/Series/The-Full-Stack
Email Technical Questions: Brandon Satrom – brsatrom@microsoft.com          Mastering ASP.NET MVC 2 (TekPub) -
Feedback email to my boss: Brian Moore – brimoore@microsoft.com             http://tekpub.com/production/aspmvc
Follow Brandon on Twitter: http://twitter.com/brandonsatrom                 MVC and Open Source Screencast Series - http://bit.ly/mvcscreencasts
Brandon’s Blog: http://www.userinexperience.com
                                                                            Step-By-Step Tutorials
You Should Learn MVC - http://bit.ly/ckgFyL                                 MVC Music Store - http://bit.ly/afWAQc
                                                                            NerdDinner- http://nerddinner.codeplex.com
Installing ASP.NET MVC                                                      Web Camps Training Kit - http://bit.ly/cjNbq0
    1) Get the Web Platform Installer (Web PI)
       http://www.microsoft.com/web                                         MVC 3, What’s Coming?
    2) Open Web PI, Click the “Web Platform” tab, then “Frameworks          MVC 3 Service Location (Brad Wilson) - http://bit.ly/9i6COT
       and Runtimes” to install MVC                                         MVC 3 and NuPack (Scott Gu) – http://bit.ly/aTMHXE
    3) Explore Web PI for other tools, features and Web Applications        NuPack– .Net Package Management… and much, much, more (Eric Hexter)
                                                                            - http://bit.ly/9PRLv3
MVC Blogs                                                                   Upgrading MVC Applications from Preview1 to Beta (Brandon Satrom) -
Scott Guthrie (ScottGu) - http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/                   http://bit.ly/d8a7lJ
Phill Haack - http://www.haacked.com
Brad Wilson - http://bradwilson.typepad.com/blog/
Eric Hexter - http://www.lostechies.com/blogs/hex/                          Popular Open Source Tools
Steven Sanderson - http://blog.stevensanderson.com/                         MvcContrib – http://mvccontrib.codeplex.com
Brandon Satrom - http://www.userinexperience.com                            NuPack – http://nupack.codeplex.com
                                                                            Automatter – http://automapper.codeplex.com
MVC Books                                                                   MvcTurbine – http://mvcturbine.codeplex.com
Professional ASP.NET MVC2 (Wrox) - http://amzn.to/aI58Hy
ASP.NET MVC 2 in Action (Manning) - http://amzn.to/be7pCH                   MVC Events
Pro ASP.NET MVC 2 Framework (APress) - http://amzn.to/9yEZiH                Web Camps – http://webcamps.ms
                                                                            mvcConf – http://www.mvcconf.com
                                                                            Community for MVC – http://www.c4mvc.net

				
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