Packed with solutions to website programming problems, this book will have you building well–engineered, extendable ASP.NET websites quickly and easily.
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With ASP.NET Website Programming you will learn to:
"I was very impressed with this work. This is a great book that the intermediate–to–advanced .NET developer should get their hands on. It’s very well thought–out and the lessons are plainly stated, and easy to follow."
Jason Salas MBA MCP – Web Development Manager, KUAM.COM
Kevin Hoffman has always loved computers and computer programming. He first got hooked when he received a Commodore VIC–20 from his grandfather, who had repaired it after finding it in the trash. He then started a prolific but unprofitable career writing shareware games and utilities for electronic bulletin board systems.
He started working as a programmer while still in college, writing computer interfaces to solar measurement devices and various other scientific instruments. Moving to Oregon, he did everything from technical support to tuning Unix kernels, and eventually working as an ASP programmer for 800.COM, a popular on–line electronics retailer. From there he moved on to working on large, enterprise ASP applications.
Then he finally found .NET, which he now spends 100% of his programming and learning efforts on. A big C# fan, who would use it to do everything including brush his teeth if only he could figure out how, Kevin has been writing on .NET for Wrox since the middle of Beta 1. He plans to continue until we get tired of him. He′s currently in Houston, Texas sweating a lot and working on web services and other large–scale .NET applications.
I read this book a year ago, and found it one of the most informative programming books I have read. Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2003
Excellent. This book comes in at around 500 pages - quite short for a Wrox title. The reason for its comparative brevity is that it is very much about applied techniques; it does... Read morePublished on 22 Jan. 2003