A good place to start is this page:
Many will say it's just MS marketing hype and it is, but it also happens to
be accurate :)
Once you get into ASP.NET you will never look back, it makes ASP look
primitive in comparison.
ASP.NET Dreamweaver Extensions
"Jordan Marton" <JMartonHAHAmarketaxess.com> wrote in message
news:bf33bv$vs$1forums.macromedia.com...thinking> A client of mine just asked me to explain the difference between ASP and
> ASP.NET. I have managed his pages for 2 years now, they were originally in
> bland HTML, progressed to dynamic ASP with databases, and now he is> of upgrading to ASP.NET. Of course, i have no problem with this, but he
> wants to know what ASP.NET is. Anyone have any ideas what to tell him?