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I'm Mike Pope. I live in the Seattle area. I've been a technical writer and editor for over 30 years. I'm interested in software, language, music, movies, books, motorcycles, travel, and ... well, lots of stuff.

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  10:50 AM

We're quite happy to see a number of books about WebMatrix and ASP.NET Web Pages become available. Here is the list of books that I'm aware of at the moment:

Beginning ASP.NET Web Pages with WebMatrix
Mike Brind, Imar Spaanjaars. Mike is a superstar on the ASP.NET Web Pages forums.

Building ASP.NET Web Pages with WebMatrix (Need2Know)
Jim Wang. Jim is one of the testers on the ASP.NET team.

Building ASP.NET Web Pages with Microsoft WebMatrix (The Expert's Voice in .Net)
Steve Lydford (Update: see Steve's comment, including the bit about the open-source ecommerce sample that he's making available)

Introducing Microsoft® WebMatrix
Laurence Moroney

UBelly: A Guide to Web Development 101 Using WebMatrix
Andy Robb

There's also the PDF version of the tutorials that are on the http://asp.net/web-pages site.

Finally, there's also the Starting Web Development with Microsoft WebMatrix tutorial series on MSDN, which is in effect a book-length tutorial.

If you know of other resources like these, please let me (us) know!

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