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Build Your Own ASP.Net 4 Website Using C# & VBby Cristian Darie
Synopses & Reviews
Build Your Own ASP.NET 4 Web Site Using C# & VB is aimed at beginner ASP.NET developers wanting to develop their skills, web designers wanting to move into server-side programming, and experienced developers making the leap from ASP to .NET.
Readers will learn:
... all in the process of successfully developing and deploying a working intranet site for a fictional company.
Book News Annotation:
This guide to developing dynamic websites with ASP.NET and the C# and Visual Basic programming languages provides web developers of all experience levels with a theoretical grounding and practical instruction in performing common tasks with this popular Microsoft based web development product. Beginning with overviews of the framework and programming languages, the work details the typical construction of ASP.NET web pages, and covers topics such as validation controls, database design and access, the display of dynamic content, security features, file management, and AJAX integration. Chapters provide step-by-step instructions, screenshots and code examples, and access to additional online resources, including sample files and code, is provided. The authors are experienced website and application developers specializing in ASP.NET implementations. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
Tim Posey is a long-time developer and a passionate educator. Armed with a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.B.A. in Finance, he has traversed many industries, consulting for multiple corporations in banking, insurance, energy, and various e-commerce industries. As a serial entrepreneur, Tims latest project is mentoring the startup of the LegacyGeeks.com community. He serves as a senior software engineer at a Fortune 1000 company and an Adjunct Professor of Finance for the American Public University System. His favourite pastime is watching Alabama football.
Wyatt Barnett leads the in-house development team for a major industry trade association in Washington DC. He also writes for SitePoint's .NET Blog, The Daily Catch.
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