MVPs Open The World of ASP.NET 3.5


Congratulations to our Italian MVPs Daniele Bochicchio, Cristian Civera, Riccardo Golia and Stefano Mostarda on the release of their new book, ASP.Net 3.5 for all!

After the success of their previous release, this new book contains a greater focus on access to data, LINQ, security and the creation of components (custom control, HTTP Runtime). The updated book covers Service Pack 1, with Dynamic Data Control and Entity Framework.

The Italian language book is written in a clear style, with full examples in C# and in Visual Basic and contains 30 chapters and new updated content. ASP.NET for all, is unique as it covers ASP.Net version 1.0 right through to ASP.NET Version 3.5 Service Pack 1!

About the authors

MVP Daniele Bochicchio is the content manager of He has been an ASP developer since the preview beta 1 of ASP.NET. Daniele is a speaker, trainer, writer and consultant based in Italy. Daniele specialises in web applications based on ASP.NET.

MVP Cristian Civera has developed for web environment since 1998. His favourite programming languages include C# and VB.NET and he writes code with ASP.NET, WinForms and WPF. In his free time he writes technical articles for VB & .NET Journal and the community. Cristian is the community manager for

MVP Dr. Riccardo Golia, is an Italian software architect specialising in the web-based and enterprise solutions using Microsoft .NET technology. He graduated in software engineering (University of Padua - Italy), and is also a Microsoft Certified Professional. Riccardo is a staff member of, where he manages the technical section of the portal (articles).

MVP Stefano Mostarda is a software architect whose main focus is developing web applications using ASP.NET technology. He is a technical contributor and community manager at More recently, Stefano has become the Content Manager of the LINQ Community at

If you are an Italian developer, ASP.NET 3.5 for all contains everything you need to know about ASP.NET 3.5, 2.0 or 1.1

Order the book now! Please note the book is written in Italian.

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