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Try ASP.NET MVC on Code School - Course Review

A recently announced free course on Code School is about making web sites with the MVC pattern and C# ASP.NET. Given the current trend for MVC these days, this course presents a good opportunity for experiencing it from a .NET perspective.

Despite being a lightweight introduction, just three levels deep, and with just two goals to complete, Try .NET MVC manages to meet its goal of providing a quick and easy to follow guide to the Microsoft way of doing MVC.

These three levels comprise of a mix of videos that feature instructor Eric Fisher, who talks  you through the concepts, and assisted exercises to be carried out inside Code School's browser based IDE. There are just two goals to complete: add Names to a list and then display those Names.

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